North of Cruden
Bay is the hamlet of Bullers of Buchan.
Take the coastal path from the small car
park, past the traditional fishermen's
cottages perched precariously on the
cliff top, and walk to look down into the
Here the roof of a sea cave collapsed
thousands of years ago leaving a deep
hole open at one end to the sea.
It makes a superbly sheltered home for
seabirds and the noise of their echoing
cries is almost deafening as they fly
back and forth through this natural arch.
North Haven is a short distance further
and provides a pleasant spot for
beach-combing or seal spotting.