Anyone for golf? Or tennis? Or swimming? Lossiemouth has all of this and more so you can keep up with your normal sporty routine, try something new or simply observe.
Play some tennis with friends at Lossiemouth Tennis Club or collect your thoughts over a few rounds of golf at Moray Golf Club. Watch our local football team win a match on their home grounds and help them celebrate their victory.
Prefer the water? Join our open-water swimmers and watersport enthusiasts on their morning splash. Are you ready to face the waves?
Get involved in sports in Lossiemouth and join the community.
Moray Golf Club is home to two fine golf courses. The Old Course is considered to be one of the finest links courses in Scotland, while the new course is tighter and more technical.
At Covesea, there’s a separate pay and play 9-hole course, pitch and putt and driving range. There’s even a wee crazy golf for the kids!
Go to Grant Park, home to ‘the Coasters’, Lossiemouth FC, who currently play in the Highland Football League, and support them at one of their weekend games.
Here to play a match yourself? You’ll probably be at the playing fields on the junction of Elgin Road and Couldardbank Road.
Calling all tennis fans! You can pay to play at Lossiemouth Tennis Club based in Marine Park on Stotfield Road.
With two refurbished courts available for hire, you can challenge your friends and family or join in with one of the social sessions or book coaching.
The new pavilion is open at weekends for refreshments and in summer you can try a round of footgolf on the grass!
Hardy souls enjoy a bracing dip in the chill waters of the Moray Firth all year round. The cold makes you feel so alive, but be careful, it can be dangerous, so take local advice from the Lossie Cod Heids Facebook group.
If you prefer laps in the pool or a family fun session, head to the Moray Council 20m pool at Lossiemouth High School, which is open to the public.
Are you a thrill seeker? Feel alive and try out some watersports in Lossiemouth.
Book a paddleboarding session with Aye Can or learn how to surf with a lesson from New Wave Surf School.
There’s also Outfit Moray, an outdoor adventure charity that can show you the ropes on kayaking and canoeing.
No matter how you choose to experience the water, you’ll be in safe hands.
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.
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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.