There are plenty of things to see and do in and around Kinlochbervie.
The whole area is a stunning natural wonderland situated in the heart of the North West Highlands Geopark where local experts will give guided tours throughout the year describing what you see in the landscape and how it affects us today.
Why not visit Cape Wrath, the most north-westerly point on the British mainland. A number of long distance footpaths terminate here, Scotland's new National Trail and the Cape Wrath Trail from Fort William. Kinlochbervie is an ideal staging point along these walks.
For the wildlife enthusiasts the local Countryside Ranger runs a variety of walks during the summer months pointing out our native species from golden eagles to otters. A program of events and more information is featured here.
Visit our beautiful beaches like the famous one at Sandwood (pictured) or the less well known but equally picturesque at Oldshoremore and Polin.
Near the harbour local artist Barry Pearson exhibits his stunning paintings depicting local scenes. Barry has prints and originals for sale and samples of his work can be seen here.
For the more active visitor there's hillwalking, canoeing, fishing, horse riding/mountain bike hire, and diving all within a stone's throw of the village.
For some stunning local views see our slideshow below: