Achmelvich Beach is located in the North West of Scotland along the North Coast 500. It’s a beautiful beach surrounded by stunning scenery, rolling hills, sand dunes and wildlife, all of which creates a brilliant atmosphere. This is why Achmelvich Beach is one of the highlights for travellers along the North Coast 500 Route.
With it being such a beautiful place, many people flock to Achmelvich Beach every year to enjoy the beauty of the area. NC500 Pods “Achmelvich” is our glamping site located within walking distance from Achmelvich Beach, and it’s a great place to stay while you’re in Achmelvich.
Due to Covid-19, you might be reluctant to travel abroad. This is understandable. On the positive side, it gives you an opportunity to experience some of the most beautiful areas of your own country. Achmelvich Beach is one of the most stunning places to visit in Scotland, so now’s your chance to see it!
So, Where Is Achmelvich Beach On The Map?
Achmelvich Beach is located along the North Coast 500, a five hundred mile route going across the entire northern part of Scotland. This is in the Highlands region, which is better known for its vast expanses of hills and mountain ranges than its bustling population. The nearest city to Achmelvich is Inverness, which is about a two-hour drive away.
Achmelvich isn’t the quickest place in the world to get to, but once you’re lying on the beach or taking in the scenery from one of the cliffs surrounding it, you’ll know you made the right decision.
Things to Do At Achmelvich Beach
There are a few things that put Achmelvich Beach on the map as a well-known beach among holiday-makers. Here are some of the things that you can get up to when visiting with your friends and family:
Bring your swimming costume and prepare yourself for an adventure, as swimming is one of the best things you can do at Achmelvich Beach. With the sea being a beautiful, light-blue colour, it’s enticing and stunning. You’ll certainly enjoy swimming at Achmelvich Beach, but please note that it can be very cold in the frosty seasons. Don’t forget, you are in Scotland!
There is a free ‘golf course’ (in the loosest of terms) located right above Achmelvich Beach on the cliffs, and it is a ‘hole-lot’ of fun (get it?). The 9-hole course is perfect for having fun with your friends and family. Maybe you could even challenge the locals to a game and show off your skills.