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The layout with the 3 harbours has always intrigued me (try Google Earth) so was looking forward to this trip. It was fascinating to learn and see the history of the place, and was nice to see the efforts of the local community with the...More
If you're in town, this is worth a look, but not much more. It is undeniably quaint, but offers very little to do other than walk across the short waterfront and look up at where the castle would be if it were still there.
This is a gorgeous little working harbour, with small fishing boats busy with their day's catch. There's also a super little fish van selling fresh off the harbour. The backdrop is the ruins of the old Castle where Mary Queen of Scot's was once held....More
Nice Harbor to visit, people and boat watch and wonderful views. The ruins of Dunbar Castle are near one end of the harbor. Would not have gone out of the way to visit the castle ruins as there is not too much to see from...More
It was lovely to walk down to see the harbour and watch the fishermen doing their thing, if you get down early enough in the morning you can buy fresh fish from them too (unfortunately I am not a morning person so i didn't make...More
Sat under the guard of the castle remains we sat in the sunshine watching the comings and goings of the little boats.
It was also very interesting to see the lifeboat in the harbour.
Peaceful and relaxing, a lovely peaceful spot away from the traffic.