Chanonry Point (Scotland) Reviews
Description:Chanonry Point lies at the end of Chanonry Ness, a spit of land extending into the Moray Firth between Fortrose and ... more
Newest Review: ... at both villages, if you are travelling by public transport. From either village it is a short walk to the start of Chanonry Point, which juts out into the Firth. There is a pub and a couple of cafe's nearby serving good food as well as drinks- all friendly places and with some great views. It is about a half hour walk to the end of Chanonry Point which is marked by a small lighthouse. ... more
Customer Chanonry Point (Scotland) Reviews (2)
by - written on 11/04/10 (Useful, 251 readings)
Chanonry Point on the Moray Firth is a unique spit of land from which you may be lucky enough to have a close encounter with a few members of the Firth's resident bottlenose dolphin population. Chanonry Point is around a half hour drive from Inverness and is situated on the picturesque Black Isle between Fortrose and Rosemarkie. There is a regular bus from Inverness to Cromarty, stopping at both villages, if you are travelling by public transport. From either village it is a short walk to the start of Chanonry Point, which juts out into the Firth. There is a pub and a couple of cafe's nearby serving good food as well as drinks- all friendly places ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/09 (Very useful, 2024 readings)
The bottlenose dolphin is one of the largest and most charismatic mammals that can be found around the British Isles. They grow to a length of 13 feet, and can weigh up to an astonishing 1,400lbs! Bottlenose dolphins are reasonably common around our shores, especially in the South and West, but can be difficult to spot. They are frequently encountered well away from the shore, often following fishing boats. Anyone wanting to see a dolphin has a small chance of seeing one in calm weather by watching for its telltale dorsal fin rising out of the water and hearing them 'blow' as they breathe. To stand an excellent chance of seeing a dolphin, however, ... Read the complete review
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