Catterline & Fowlsheugh

[RSPB Fowlsheugh - watch the grassy area below the cave for puffins]

From the scenic A92 south of Stonehaven, several narrow lanes give access to the coastal fishing villages nearby: tiny Catterline and even tinier Crawton. The former has a swish seafood restaurant, the Creel Inn, high above the picturesque bay; the latter welcomes thousands of seabirds every summer to the cliffs nearby along with their associated smell!

[Catterline and Catterline Bay from the south (September 2013)]

Name: Catterline ☆☆☆
Description: Pretty fishing village with a tiny harbour and a superb seafood restaurant.
Location (harbour): Minor road off A92 between Stonehaven and Inverbervie, G.R.: NO 870782 ///

Name: RSPB Fowlsheugh ★★☆
Description: Cliffside colony home to 130,000 breeding seabirds each summer, including guillemots, razorbills and the odd puffin.
Location: Minor road end a mile north of Catterline, G.R.: NO 881802 ///trout.blissful.shot
Open: Always
Cost: Free

[RSBP Fowlsheugh]


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