Scourie beach is an arcing sandy beach that is protected by the bay and headland. The beach starts in the village with the main part of the sand being just outside.
The beach is a popular starting point for some walks with nearby bird watching hides.
The beach has a few car parking options in the village or our by the headland. Within the village, you have a village store, pub and touring caravan/campsite.
Dog Friendly Beach?
Scourie Beach is dog friendly and allows dogs all year.
Why not check other beaches nearby as we have 41 beaches in The Scottish Highlands, or check our list of The Scottish Highlands Dog Friendly Beaches.
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Scourie Beach, Scourie Bay, Scourie, The Scottish Highlands IV27 4SR, United Kingdom
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7 Day Weather Forecast
Scourie weather forecast from Yr, delivered by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and NRK
Scourie Beach Tide Times
Tide times are available at around 600 locations and the closest location to Scourie Beach is at Badcall Bay 4.32 km (2.69 miles) away. Tides are displayed beneath for up to 7 days and we list both high and low water times along with the height.
Sun 26 Mar
Low Tide at 03:57 (Height 1.06m)
High Tide at 09:50 (Height 4.07m)
Low Tide at 16:13 (Height 1.15m)
High Tide at 22:03 (Height 3.83m)
Mon 27 Mar
Low Tide at 04:37 (Height 1.27m)
High Tide at 10:39 (Height 3.70m)
Low Tide at 16:50 (Height 1.38m)
High Tide at 22:48 (Height 3.55m)
Tue 28 Mar
Low Tide at 05:22 (Height 1.49m)
High Tide at 11:49 (Height 3.36m)
Low Tide at 17:33 (Height 1.61m)
Wed 29 Mar
High Tide at 00:09 (Height 3.29m)
Low Tide at 06:24 (Height 1.68m)
High Tide at 13:20 (Height 3.15m)
Low Tide at 18:35 (Height 1.79m)
Thu 30 Mar
High Tide at 01:58 (Height 3.19m)
Low Tide at 08:16 (Height 1.77m)
High Tide at 14:54 (Height 3.12m)
Low Tide at 20:43 (Height 1.86m)
Fri 31 Mar
High Tide at 03:30 (Height 3.26m)
Low Tide at 10:05 (Height 1.67m)
High Tide at 16:09 (Height 3.26m)
Low Tide at 22:19 (Height 1.74m)
Sat 01 Apr
High Tide at 04:30 (Height 3.44m)
Low Tide at 10:59 (Height 1.52m)
High Tide at 16:58 (Height 3.47m)
Low Tide at 23:07 (Height 1.57m)
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