Cruden Bay Coast

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Cruden Bay is a scenic village with a timeless atmosphere.

26 miles north of Aberdeen, the village is just south of the historic Slains Castle, thought to be the inspiration for Stoker's 1897 novel, Dracula.

Cruden Bay features a long, unspoiled beach flanked by rocky cliffs. The village's golf course attracts tourists and locals alike.

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