St Cyrus

St Cyrus

A picturesque coastal village nestled in south Aberdeenshire, St Cyrus is known for its scenic setting and as a natural habitat to many nature and wildlife species.

Referred to as one of Britain’s richest nature reserves (VisitScotland), the St Cyrus National Nature Reserve is blessed with splendour; a pure golden beach with imposing volcanic cliffs around. According to the Daily Record, the village even has one of the top 12 fairy-tale waterfalls to see before you die (there’s even a spooky story attached to it)!

Dolphins, whales and porpoises can be spotted from the St Cyrus beach whilst closer to land there’s the chance to catch a glimpse of seals and a variety of birds. The reserve is also a habitat for plants (with over 300 different species) and insects too.

There is also a visitor centre with information about the reserve, its inhabitants and walking trails which can be done. In the village there is also a gallery, caravan park, old bakery, pub and holiday lets. 

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