Lossiemouth is situated on the Moray Coast about six miles north of Elgin.
From Elgin, take the A941.
From A96 West (Inverness), at Forres, follow signs for Coastal Trail East, via Kinloss and Burghead.
From A96 East (Aberdeen), follow the A96 through Lhanbryde, turn right onto the B9103, signposted Lossiemouth.
Stagecoach runs a regular service to Lossiemouth.
Numbers 33A and 33C connects Lossiemouth to Elgin Bus & Train stations. https://www.stagecoachbus.com/plan-a-journey
There are connecting services from Elgin across Moray and along the A96 between Aberdeen and Inverness.
Dial M for Moray (on demand bus service).
Door-to-door bus service (public roads only) for those unable to use existing forms of transport or who do not have a regular scheduled bus service. This service is for everyone, regardless of age or disability. The Dial M Service is available to all residents of Moray, and to any visitors who wish to register.
All Dial M journeys must be pre-booked (no later then 3pm the day before travel) by phoning our booking line on 0300 123 4565.
For more details, go to: http://www.moray.gov.uk/moray_standard/page_52932.html
The Moray Coastal Cycle Route is a signed cycle route linking the coastal communities from Burghead to Cullen.
The National Cycle Route 1 passes through Elgin. There is a paved cycle path from Elgin to Lossiemouth.
The Moray Coastal Trail, a 50-mile waymarked trail linking Forres to Cullen, passes through Lossiemouth.
For more information on cycling and walking, see www.morayways.org.uk
Electric bikes and cars
Electric vehicles - There is an electric charging point for e-Vehicles in Station Park car park.
Electric bikes – Fun and easy to ride, e-bikes will extend your range and are suitable for everyone, particularly those with balance issues, those who tire easily, or that lack confidence.
E-bikes can be hired from Outfit Moray https://outfitmoray.com/bike-hire/