Gills Bay

  • Address: United Kingdom, Inverness
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  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Water Body, Family And Kids

Gills Bay has one of the longest stretches of low-lying rock coast on Caithness’ northern shore and its main feature includes a small harbour and a lively pier. It’s a quite popular spot for watching seals all throughout the year on the rocks and swimming everywhere in the firth. They can usually be spotted basking on the rocks while Porpoises can also be seen. Basking sharks are a bit rare but can be seen between the months of May and August. Simply sit back at Gills Bay and observe the fantastic wildlife prevailing in the area.

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  • Gills Bay Address: United Kingdom, Inverness
  • Gills Bay Price: Free
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  • 6.48% of people who visit Inverness include Gills Bay in their plan

  • 21.43% of people start their Gills Bay visit around 5 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Gills Bay

Monday, Tuesday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gills Bay

People normally club together Ring Of Brodgar and Duncansby Head while planning their visit to Gills Bay.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • Best way to get to Orkney. The ferry takes about an hour, you get to see some beautiful sights and the staff have always been really friendly. Food on board is great too - simple, but quality. Only downside is that you can’t take dogs indoors on the boat. I understand why, but it’s a little annoying to have to sit outside with them for the whole journey (as you can imagine, it can be rather chilly), or a shame to leave them in the car. At least it’s only a short journey!

  • Ferry terminal.people so helpful I'm disabled and nothing is too much trouble for them

  • Pentland ferries to go to orkney cheapest and quickest way to orkney

  • Absolutely spot on.

  • Easy to fond

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