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Cromarty is located the tip of The Black Isle peninsula.  Its two beaches are divided by a sandstone harbour built in 1784.  
The beach on the east side is sandy with an open grass area with walks along the shore and through woodland.  Perfect to enjoy the morning sun and discover our dolphin family who will inspire you with their acrobatic performances if you are lucky enough to see them.  
Award winning dolphin and wildlife adventures are operated by Ecoventures.

On the west beach, with the sun setting over the mountains of Sutherland, the yachts bobbing in the bay, a cold drink in your hand, a wood fired pizza and a seat on the harbour wall is the perfect end to a summers evening

Pizza/Sutor Creek
The Royal Hotel
Fishertown Inn
Slaughter House

Check out all our little shops, eateries and museums
We are lucky to have some great local traders;

The Cromarty Bakery

The Cheese House Cromarty

The Cromarty Brewery

The Cromarty Pottery

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Ingrid's House

Cromarty Explorer Walk

With a local network of paths walking is a great way to explore Cromarty and experience the wildlife.  The "100 steps" which leads to the top of the Sutor has some breathtaking view over the Sutherland mountains and across the sea to Aberdeenshire.  Walk a little further to MacFarquhars bed and discover fossils, caves, natural arches and an almost deserted beach.

Hugh Miller, a self taught Scottish geologist who birthplace cottage and museum displays a vast & fascinating fossil collection he found around Cromarty.

With such a beautiful environment, its natural that a strong art culture flourishes.  The Cromarty Arts Trust has a varied and entertaining calendar of events and manage local studios.

Cromarty Cinema is great for a rainy day.

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