These are some of Scotland's best beaches for camping

You can camp on spectacular beaches in campsites and wild in Scotland.

These are some of the best beach-side camping spots in Scotland.

Whether you want to get as far away form other people as possible, or enjoy a family break with some facilities on hand, there are plenty of options in Scotland. Here are some of the best beach side campsites and beaches for wild camping in the country.

This campsite is tucked away in a corner of Dumfries and Galloway and allows you to pitch up seconds from the sea. The large, flat bay is great for dog walking and exploring, and when the tide is in you can go for a swim.

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This site in Durness on Scotland's north coast. The nearby village means that a shop, pub and tourist information is nearby, and the beach of Thurso is known as a top surfing spot.
There are no cars on the island of Canna. The lack of pollution means stargazing can be incredible. You may see golden eagles circling above, puffins and razorbills on the cliffs, or dolphins and whales in the ocean.
The camp site here is located just moments from the white sands, making it a perfect Highland beach destination.
This holiday park overlooks the the isles of Gigha, Islay and Jura off the west coast. It's minimal facilities mean it is a great place to get away from things.
On the western end of the Isle of Mull, this campsite gives access to white sands and amazing views. It's quiet location is a great place to enjoy the natural world.
One of Britain's most famous wild beaches, this is one of the top spots for beach camping.This trust-owned beach is popular with surfers.
On the wild northern coast of Rm, this beautiful bay has a sandy beach and looks out over Cuillins on Skye.
Perfect for those seeking isolation, this Outer Hebridean spot is a favourite for sea-side wild camping.