The Coral Beaches, Glendale
About The Coral Beaches, Glendale
The Coral Beaches, Glendale - Address, Phone Number
Address: Claigan, Glendale, United Kingdom
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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Situated close to Loch Dunvegan, the beach is filled with beautiful corals and white soft sand sparkling under the warm sun. A calm and peaceful place, this place is never crowded and is ideal for long idyllic walks. Take off your shoes and take a stroll, you can feel the mild tickling of the sand and also watch beautiful rows of flowers grown near the seaside. Sweet gentle breeze, clear blue water and open sky make the place more ecstatic.
The Coral Beaches Information
- Take a nice long stroll along the sea bare feet and enjoy the view.
- Go on a long drive with your partner.
- Pack a picnic basket and have a small picnic over there.
How To reach The Coral Beaches by Public Transport
- Hire a taxi.
- The nearest bus stops are opp Post office and at Fairy Bridge Rd End. From the bus stop, hiring a taxi is recommended.
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Beautiful beach. Beach is not actually coral, but something that looks like coral. It's worth climbing the hill (right by the beach) for the subbing views of the shore and nearby tiny islands.
Excellent place.. about 1.2 miles trucking oneway.. must go place to get the best view of the sea and mountains.. with small islands with seals 😀
Nice easy pathed walk. Great place for a picnic and swim if your brave. Like all popular places in skye parking now a nightmare. The local council really do need to address this here, fairy pools, heist point etc
A beautiful beach and we'll worth the short walk but it's no longer the hidden treasure that it used to be as, like most places on Skye nowadays, parking can be a nightmare.
Beautiful spot with white she'll sand and panoramic views. Very nice walk of about a mile to get there.