The beach at BourBlach is particularly lovely at low tide, with its rocky outcrops, surrounded by low, undulating heather-clad hills. At low tide you can explore the vast expanse of sand by the Black rock, Sgeir Mhor, though care must be taken not be caught out by the incomming tide.
A great beach for beachcombing and for wildlife watching. You likely to have the beach to yourself as most visitors head off the the white sands on the southern side of the bay.
Accessible at low tide via the Bourblach Beach at Morar Walk.