A salt water swimming pool constructed between two rocky outcrops, with side steps at the mid water mark, and a ramp at the shallow beach end. The deepest part is little more than a metre, though rough tides can easily overcome the unwary.
Closed to the public now, the pool had its heyday in the mid 20th century, after construction in 1936. Originally, there was a changing room and snack shop on site, now demolished.
- An art deco styled outdoor swimming complex designed and built between 1929 and 1931 and which quickly became a major attraction on the Moray coast. Just inside the Tarlair gate, visitors will see the Needle's Eye, an open cave structure. The building and pools are category A listed, though in…
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- Home of the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival
- Liberty is an old creel fishing boat built in Fraserburgh in 1935 which was used along the Moray Firth until decommissioning in 1990. Following restoration work the boat became a popular attraction during the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival but as with many wooden boats, eventually would have required new timbers.…