Brora is a small village located in the North of Scotland, in the highlands region to be specific. It is situated along the North Coast 500, a five-hundred mile route going across the entire highland region in the north of the country. It goes across many landmarks, towns, villages and sights to see, with Brora being one of them.
It is a peaceful village, with a hard-working population of Scots who have an appreciation and love for the place. It is also filled with much beauty and scenic views, with Brora Beach being a favourite amongst visitors of the village.
If you have never visited Brora before, it is truly an eye-opening place with a lot to see and a lot to experience. From the sights to see in the village to the stunning nature surrounding it, it is a place of warmth and beauty.
In this article, we are going to go over what you should bring with you on your trip to Brora, and on some of the things that you can do when in this amazing place of the country. There is a lot to see and do when it comes to Brora in Scotland.
What Should I Bring?
When visiting Brora, there are a few things to keep in mind that you should bring. Here are some of our favourites:
With an exotic looking coast like at Brora Beach, it is hard to resist the temptation to jump in for a quick swim. Get your swimming costume packed ready for your trip to Brora, as the sea is certainly for swimming in.
Enjoy the waves and go for a paddle but be warned, it can get very cold!
Bucket and Spade
This is more directed at the children if you are bringing your family with you. A bucket and spade on Brora Beach is enough to keep them entertained for the entire trip. With rocks to explore and crabs to catch, bringing a bucket and spade is perfect for the younger generations.
It will be so tempting that the whole family could get involved to build a giant sand castle!
The sea at Brora Beach is home to a wide range of different fish. Being in such a remote location of the country, there is a huge variety of wildlife in the Brora region and the sea is no different.
If you are interested in fishing, bring a fishing rod and catch some good ones to bring back to your accommodation. You might just be able to cook a delicious meal if you’re staying somewhere with a kitchen.
The Whole Family!
Everyone would be missing out if you choose to go to Brora alone. Brora is a place with a lot to enjoy for the whole family, with many people bringing their children also on their trip to this stunning village.
Enjoy yourself and spend some quality family time at Brora in Scotland, as there is lots to see and experience.
Book a Trip to Brora in Scotland
Brora is a place that certainly deserves a visit, from the natural beauty of the village to the gorgeous coastline and even the mountainous regions close to the place. It will open your eyes to a different part of the country that you may not have visited before.
If you haven’t already, take a look at our booking page on NC500 Pods, for our glamping retreats that are located in Brora. Modern, unique and luxurious, they are the perfect place to stay with when it comes to Scotland.