Address Dundee City Council, Dundee DD5, Scotland, UK Ads
Nestled beneath a historic castle in the former fishing village of Broughty Ferry, now a residential suburb of Dundee is an extensive sandy beach. A promenade gives direct pedestrian and disabled access at several locations. The beach is backed by dunes and provides views across the Tay estuary to the North Fife coast. There is a nature conservation site and a host of wildlife, including birds, seals and the occasional porpoise can be seen. On the beach windbreaks are for hire in the summer and volleyball nets are erected.
There is also a safe area marked out for swimming. Close by are an extensive range of leisure facilities including a museum, an excellent children’s play area, a rock garden, cafes, bars, shops and restaurants. There is also a local jet ski club. Beach has been award the ‘Resort Seaside Award’ in 2004. Nearby childrens’ playground and sand martin nesting area.
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