Sinclair Bay Beach is a large and beautiful white sanded beach, in Highland, Scotland. The south part of it is sheltered from the wind, with the high cliffs behind and sand dunes. It is quiet and a good spot for watersport enthusiasts, such as surfers. Good surf at all stages of the tide. This beach is a great place to seek a variety of seabirds and marine life, such as orcas and seals. At Ackergil Tower, the beach becomes rocky and ultimatly forms into a series of cliffs and crags.