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Sinclair's Bay

Listed under Beaches in Scotland, United Kingdom.

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This beautiful bay has the look of the Caribbean with a very Scottish twist – at either end of its four mile arc of white sand are the ruins of 16th Century castles. Don't expect to have such a scenic spot to yourself though, you have to share it with a feathered menagerie on land and be peered at by porpoise and orca eyes from the sea. At low tide the best way to see all of the beach is on horse back.

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