Lunan Bay is probably the finest beach in Angus - a magnificent sweep of sand, with a cave and arch at its northern end, and even a ruined castle. The beach is divided in two by the Lunan Water flowing out over the sands - dividing this walk into two halves, with a chance to visit the cafe part way through.
Easy sandy walking and dune path for northern section. Southern section has steeper path down to beach.
None to start.
Lunan Bay car park, down track from the hamlet of Lunan.
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