Refresh. Reawaken. Reconnect. Renew.

Your trip to Lossiemouth is what you make of it so take it easy and do what makes you happy.

Enjoy an ice-cream and relax on the Esplanade before moving on to Queen Street or Marina Quay for some light shopping. Reconnect with nature on a woodland walk or watch for dolphins from the harbour walls.

If you’d rather stay active, there’s plenty of activities to boost your heart rate and get you sweating. From football and tennis, to surfing and sailing, you can do it here at Lossiemouth. 

Whatever you choose, let Lossiemouth get under your skin and relax into your own adventure.


Support our small, local businesses, they’re the true heart of Lossiemouth.

Stroll along the esplanade, browse the shops, maybe get an ice cream. Shop, dine and unwind at Marina Quay. Pick up any essentials you need from Queen Street.

With independent shops, cafes and and two Co-ops, we have everything you need right here.

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Slow down, and connect with nature at Lossiemouth. Our seas, river, cliffs and woodlands offer a variety of habitats for creatures great and small.

The dolphins of the Moray Firth delight visitors and residents alike, and the majestic ospreys diving for fish in the river are truly breathtaking!

Red squirrels in the woods, seals in the harbour, curlew on the estuary are just some of the highlights for the nature lover.

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If you enjoy history, there’s so much to discover in Lossie! Fishing, railways, a lighthouse, politics, even dinosaurs!

Britain’s first Labour Prime Minister, Ramsay Macdonald, was born in Lossiemouth.

Find out more about this and other aspects of Lossiemouth’s history with this day long itinerary that covers three of the main aspects of Lossiemouth heritage; town history, military heritage, and geology.

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For sporty types, there’s plenty to keep you active.

Play tennis at Marine Park or go for a round of golf at Moray Golf Club.

Like your footie? Watch Lossiemouth FC at home, or gather your mates and head to the playing fields.

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Wellbeing & Fitness

With activities to replenish your mind, body and soul, Lossiemouth can be a home away from home.

Relax at the spa after a long day of exploring. Or hit the gym before re-energising your muscles with a cold dip in the sea.

If you want to push yourself there’s personal training and CrossFit sessions available.
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Play parks and recreational spaces mean you can entertain the kids without spending a penny!

Our Fine Day Out map, below, shows the location of the main play parks. Station Park at the Esplanade is a good one, and there’s lots of space to run off steam at the playing fields by the High School.

Marine Park has a tennis court and pavilion and often hosts community fun days.

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directory of services

Follow the link below to find a full listing of all LBA member businesses across every sector.

In time, this will be expanded to include a brief listing of non-member businesses to provide a complete information resource for our visitors.

If the service that you require is not listed in this directory, use your preferred search engine to find them.

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directory of services

Getting Here

Lossiemouth is on the Moray coast, approximately 40 miles east of Inverness and 70 miles northwest of Aberdeen. The A96 is the main road between these two cities. 

Travelling by bus or train, head to Elgin for a connecting bus service to Lossiemouth.