Findhorn Beach is a magnificent beach in the beautiful Findhorn Bay of Moray, Scotland. The beach at Findhorn is a place of quiet, peace and reflection for many village members and visitors who take long walks along the coast. It is a fine place to watch seals at low tide on the sandbank at the mouth of the River Findhorn. The head of the beach is shingle, thereby at great tide, there is little sand exposed. At the western part of the beach, there is an imposing line of wide, concrete tank traps and the casual pillbox, which was elevated at the beginning of World War II when it was thought that the Germans might overrun the country. The village itself presents some fine pubs, a restaurant and a café.