Bullers of Buchan
Don't miss the chance to witness this collapsed sea cave, one of the most impressive geological features of Aberdeenshire's coastline.
The Bullers of Buchan can be found off the A975, just north of Cruden Bay and roughly 6 miles south of Peterhead.
Follow a narrow clifftop coastal path (care required) to the Bullers of Buchan and look upon the 30m deep charm where you'll see the waves rush through the natural archway.
The cliff scenery here is spectacular and seabirds of many species such as Puffins, Kittiwakes, Guillemots and Razorbills proliferate during the spring and summer when wild flowers including campion, heather and orchids colour the cliff top.