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The Weather in Buckie
Above is a climate diagram for Buckie. July is the warmest month in Buckie, with average daily maximum temperatures of 18°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Buckie, with temperatures falling below 1°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
A holiday cottage in the fishing village of Buckie, Scotland
Located on the Moray coast in north-eastern Scotland, the small fishing village of Buckie is a great place to get away from it all, and enjoy a peaceful holiday by the sea. Holiday lettings here are typically charming farmhouses or stone cottages.
Famous local foods
Buckie is close to the home of Baxters Foods, the famous four-generation Scottish company which makes soups, chutneys, and other delicacies. Baxters Highland Village in Fochabers, just to the south of Buckie, is the ideal place to sample their produce for yourself, or pick up a few Scottish souvenirs.
This area is also well known for its whisky, and visitors can enjoy a tour of Glenglassaugh Distillery in Portsoy to learn about whisky production, and to sample their wares!
Family fun by the sea
The sandy, sheltered Strathlene beach in Buckie is a great place to take younger children on a sunny day, or you can be a bit more adventurous and take a boat trip out into the North Sea. There are several companies which run boat trips along the Moray coast.
The coast is also a great place for spotting dolphins. In fact, Spey Bay, a few kilometres west of Buckie, is home to the Scottish Dolphin Centre, where you can learn about conservation efforts, and take a guided walk along the coast with experts who will help you spot flora and fauna.
Celebrate the sea at the Portsoy Boat Festival
A few kilometres from Buckie is the village of Portsoy. A quiet spot for most of the year, over one weekend every June, the area is packed with locals and visitors alike, enjoying the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival. The festival features competitive sailing and rowing races out at sea, as well demonstrations of traditional boat-building crafts, alongside musical entertainment and lots of local food stalls.
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