A national treasure. Spent a couple of hours here watching the 'the largest bottlenose dolphins in Europe' absolutely breath taking and a memory my husband, children and I will treasure forever. The Dolphins were metres away and very playful must have been around 100 at one point feeding on salmon. Beautiful views of Fort George. Lovely lighthouse and scenery. An... 更多
Not really special...light house is average and not that pretty. You can drive to or hike to the point. If not for seeing the dolphins feed, it would not have rated this high. Find out what time is dolphin feeding time and make sure you are there early enough to get one of the limited parking spots. Dress warmly as... 更多
Been here several times while visiting Scotland. Long beach to walk on and great spot to see dolphins when the tides are right. Recently remodeled parking area. Easy to find but the single lane road is a bit challenging on busy days. We often find lots of sea glass while strolling the beach. The drive here is quiet scenic coming... 更多
When holidaying in the Highlands we always visit here. This time we had a Grandchild with us. As usual it was very windy so make sure to wrap up well. On this visit the dolphins were in good number and put on a great show of feeding. There were also a few seals and even the sea trout were jumping.... 更多
Channonry Point is a very nice place to visit for a view of Moray Firth and Fort George. Hold onto your hats...it's windy! It's easily accessible and parking is ample.
Beautiful place, the carpark and front has been done up. Beach is lovely but to spend the day you don't have a toilet available. Apart from that the place is amazing, all surroundings is breath taking.
Never miss an opportunity to go to Chanonry - I went from having never been lucky enough to see dolphins to seeing heaps of them. We went at half 11/12 and saw them hunting for food and then went at half 5 and saw them again. Incredible. The swifts eating all the bugs on the beach were lovely too!
We noted the parking issues mentioned by locals and other reviews on Trip Advisor and after a lovely walk in the RSPB Fairy Glen in Rosemarkie we left our car parked there and walked 20 minutes along the beach front from Rosemarkie to Chanonary Point. It is signed posted and well walked. A rising tide apparently is the best time... 更多
This is a great vantage point to see the dolphins, keep an eye on the tide times and plan your visit around them so not to be disappointed. Parking gets full very quickly here so come early otherwise you will have to leave your car around a 30 minute walk away, also no toilets on site.