Findhorn lies in the shelter of Findhorn Bay and as a village is referred to in local records from as early as 1189. The area is a haven for a wide variety of birds who populate its mudflats and beach area.
At one time a bustling port and commercial area with a thriving shipbuilding industry, complete with trading links with Baltic and Scandinavian ports. Today is is very much a small village.
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