"Sunny Nairn (Well Sometimes)" Nairn by stevezero

Nairn Travel Guide: 8 reviews and 17 photos

Nairn lays claim to being one of the driest and sunniest places in the country. It became popular as a resort in Victorian times with the coming of the railway. Formerly a community of fishermen and farmers, Nairn has developed into a traditional seaside town, with its sandy East Beach and range of tourist facilities.

The first time we visited it was blowing a gale. fortunately on our recent visit it was a lovely sunny morning.

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  • Pros:Nice beach, beach and beach
  • In a nutshell:Nice place to while a way an hour or two
  • Intro Updated Jun 18, 2006
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  • uglyscot's Profile Photo
    Apr 1, 2007 at 12:42 PM

    Steve, your picture of the beach is so like what we have on the other side of the firth. Just looking at the white sand and grass [bent], actually made me smell the old familiar damp smell of the sand. A wee bit homesick.

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