Placeholder text … Lossiemouth is an amazing place to visit, which is why it is renowned as the ‘Jewel of the Moray Firth’. It has two glorious sandy beaches and beautiful woodlands and countryside literally a few steps away. There is also an abundance of wildlife from Seals, Dolphins and the occasional Orca, to Red Squirrels and Deer. Birdlife such as Oyster Catchers, Golden Plover, Buzzards and Kestrels are all seen regularly.

The town provides a great getaway from the stresses of everyday life. There are wonderful boutique stores and fantastic cafes a plenty, but Lossiemouth is a place where you can also go and enjoy the peace and quiet of nature. The beach walks along the Moray coastline are relaxing places to visit and Covesea Lighthouse which overlooks the West Beach is an iconic landmark.


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Find your own rhythm in lossiemouth

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Milder and drier than any other part of Scotland.

Embrace the outdoors!


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Cosy self-catering, hotels,Β  B&B's, guesthouses, camping and caravanning.

You're welcome in Lossiemouth.

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Fresh seafood, craft ales, home baking, ice cream and fish and chips.

You'll find something to your taste all year round.

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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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Visit Lossiemouth

Seafest is our annual celebration of Lossiemouth's fishing heritage. Come along and join in the fun, on Saturday 1st July, and throughout the following week!
More details atβš“Find out what's happening at Seafest this year!

🐟 The main event is our ever-popular family fayre day on Saturday 1st July! Join your friends and neighbours at Station Park for a fun packed gala day!

β›΅ Keep active on Sunday 2nd with watersports on the West Beach (see for full details) and tennis, games and fencing at Marine Park.

πŸ›Ά There's coastal rowing with Lossiemouth Coastal Rowing Club and mindfulness with Seedling Creations Wellbeing on Monday (book via website).

🍺 Beach club for the kids on Wednesday and surfing for all with New Wave Surf School (book via website). New for 2023, adults can join a brewery tour and tasting at Windswept Brewing (book at

🚲 Try Outfit Moray's crazy novelty bikes at Station Park on Thursday!

🍧All week, there's a free ice cream for any child that can solve the clues in the ice cream hunt, thanks to Miele's of Lossie!

🌻Finally, if you love your garden, you could win Decora vouchers when you enter the bonniest garden competition! Judging takes place week beginning 26th June. Email to enter.

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Seafest is our annual celebration of Lossiemouths fishing heritage. Come along and join in the fun, on Saturday 1st July, and throughout the following week!
More details at

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Thomas Matthews! This year?

1 week ago
Visit Lossiemouth

Blue sky day here in Lossie. πŸ’™
πŸ“· Lossiemouth House B&B
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Blue sky day here in Lossie. πŸ’™
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1 week ago
Visit Lossiemouth

Look!! πŸ‘‡ It's got our logo on! πŸ’™Back in stock!! Just in time for those outdoor adventures.

Open Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 4.30pm
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Look!! πŸ‘‡ Its got our logo on! πŸ’™

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I'd love some of these for picnics, do they do mail order ?

2 weeks ago
Visit Lossiemouth

It's a lot easier to get down on to West Beach now! Thank you to the Comminity Council for arranging this! ... See MoreSee Less

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Is there a path onto the beach that's wheelchair accessible?

Stellar job. You Don know how much this means to beach walkers. Thank you

Great job, it must have been quite some storm. Good to see access again πŸ‘ πŸ‘

Well done the CC and Frank in particular! πŸ‘πŸ‘

Very impressive!

Well done .. looks soooooo much better πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Brilliant πŸ‘ πŸ‘ πŸ‘

Thank you

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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.Β 

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