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Tabart Ness

Tabart Ness is a small peninsula on the north-east coast of Scotland, between Golspie and Findhorn. It is a rolling spit that protrudes into the North Sea while dividing the Dornoch and Cromarty firths. While this lies between busy destinations it therefore offers a quiet pleasant off-route from the main A9 road with rolling farmed fields and Portmahomack village.

Tabart Ness Lighthouse at Portmahomack
Tabart Ness Lighthouse

Tabart Ness fields around Portmahomack
Tabart Ness fields around Portmahomack

 

Scottish heather
Scottish heather

 

Fields of wheat
Fields of wheat

 

Two birds sitting on a wire
Birds sitting on a wire

 

Tabart Ness Lighthouse
Tabart Ness Lighthouse

 

The lighthouse was designed by Robert Stevenson, cost £9,361 to build in 1930.

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