Aberlady Bay and Gullane Point

Aberlady Bay is a beautiful local nature reserve (the first in Britain when declared in 1952) and is renowned especially as a bird-watching venue. This circular walk heads through the reserve to take in the fine sandy beach before continuing to the village of Gullane and returning inland. Note that dogs are not permitted on the nature reserve.


Paths, dunes and sandy beaches.

Public Transport

Bus to start, Aberlady or Gullane. Traveline Scotland.


Car park by footbridge at Aberlady Nature Reserve on A198. Map and directions.

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