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My husband and I stayed at Sango Sands Oasis for 3 days and loved every minute of it. Sango Bay is a small beach but what it lacks in size is more than made up for in beauty. The short stretch of sand, the rocky...More
Just along from Durness, and just beneath a caravan park, the beach at Sango bay is another fine stretch of sand from which to enjoy the beautiful blue sea. There are also several large rocks on the beach, which add a bit of extra interest.
I first came to Sango Sands four years ago and fell in love with beach. It’s not a big beach but it has the lovely sand you can find on these northern most beaches along with huge chunks of rock that must have been there...More
Sango Sands is a beautiful beach there is a car park and toilets which were open when I visited. You can get a great view of the beach from the little viewpoint along the top beside the caravan site. The views from there are quite...More
Just next to Durness beach there's Sango beach that at some points can be reached via Durness beach at low tide. But because of the rock formation it gives a secluded feel from the campsite. A nice spot to mull the day over.
Sango Bay is another spectacular bay on the north coast route. Seems to be less visited than most due to lack of signage and parking, despite being a few hundred metres from the main road.
Pink highlights from the ancient Torridonian Sandstone on the otherwise...More
Camped at the local site on the edge of the village while doing the NC500, fabulous, with pitch overlooking the bay. Sango Bay was a real surprise, empty beach, beautiful sand with large rocks to make it interesting too. Why go abroad when we have...More