History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
The harbour area and old fish market lie at the base of a cliff, and the old core of the town is atop the cliff, overlooking the sea. The centre of the town is Cluny Square.
At the west end is St Peter's Catholic Church, a reminder of a strong Roman Catholic heritage in this part of Scotland. The Speyside Way long distance path starts at Buckpool harbour, at the western edge of Buckie.
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Address: Buckie, Moray, Scotland
Attraction Type: Town
Location: On the A990 and A942
Photo Credit: Dominic Moore, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence
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