Thurso Bay Beach is located in the north coast of Caithness, Scotland. It is a rocky and sandy beach near Thurso. Along the coastline can be observed the ruinous Thurso Castle, which was built in the 19th century, it is an perilous state of repair so care should be taken. Beyond this castle a section of path has collapsed onto the stony beach. There are great views toward the cliffs of Dunnet Head and the island of Hoy beyond. The bay collects water from the River Thurso and the Wolf Burn.