Enjoy the unique blend of the vibrant international Findhorn Foundation and the local Scottish culture

  • Relax by the seaside where a colony of seals feed and breed. ( You may find a fluffy seal pup on the sands as we did.) Dolphins also swim in.
  • See the wide variety of birds and hear the call of wild geese. The Bird Watching Reserve is just along the shore with a hide provided and charts of species.
  • Wild deer often stray into the village, even to our gate, and rabbits outnumber humans.
  • Explore the protected landscape of the Dunes with their rare rock plants, yellow gorse and purple heather
  • You can join in the Findhorn Foundation (right) with the daily tour, dancing, singing, meditation Yoga, the artist's colony and the new Moray Art Centre. Day programme includes 2 meals and work experience, the Universal Hall, with its turf roof, programme of talks, Celtic music, visiting orchestras, comedy and theatre companies.
  • Did you know a local man introduced tea to India ? The Falconer Museum in Forres, 5 miles, is a superb small museum about him
  • Cawdor Castle of Macbeth fame and Brodie Castle ( National Trust ) are within 10 miles and have some tea there !
  • Nature Walks to nearby Cluny forest
  • Findhorrn Village has a P.O with shop and off licence selling health foods as well as everything else. This is the hub of village life where they always have time to chat.
  • Two superb inns with local produce and veg choices 500 yards.
  • Yacht Club serves meals.

THE BAKEHOUSE Recommended ! Arts Cafe with bakery, wi fi, organic coffee 500 yards. Run by FF members.