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Our Location

Dun Eideann Sea Kayaking is based in the village of Loanhead, but runs from various sites along the Firth of Forth in the Lothians and Fife:  St Davids Harbour, Aberdour and North Berwick.  Please contact us if you require more details.


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North Berwick by Car… (EH39 4SS)

Only 25 miles/ 40kms from the centre of Edinburgh, North Berwick is signposted from the A1.

Follow the brown tourist signs to the pay-and-display car park. Just head for the sea and you’ll see me at the Celtic Cross or on the beach to the West of The Harbour (as you are looking at the ocean. The cost of car parking is £2 per hour or £7 per day, and FREE from October to February and the income supports the work of the Seabird Centre.


North Berwick by Train…

By train is Fast.  Only a 35 minute journey from Edinburgh Waverley station to North Berwick. You can check train times at

We meet by the Celtic Cross outside the Scottish Seabird Center, which is a 15 minute walk from North Berwick train station: this walk is downhill to the Centre and uphill back to the station.


Aberdour by Car… (KY3 0RQ)

From Edinburgh, follow the signs for the Queensferry Crossing/Forth road bridge.Take junction 1a after the bridge crossing and follow the signs for Aberdour.  Once you come into the village of Aberdour, follow the road past the train station and around the bend where you will see a brown sign directing you left onto Hawscraig Road, towards the beach.  Follow the road past the primary school and down the hill until you come to the car park. Car parking is free for the majority of the year but on warm summers days there is a charge of £1.50


Aberdour By Train…

Also a quick train journey from Edinburgh at only 30 minutes, Aberdour Train Station is approximately 10 minutes’ walk from the beach. Find the entrance at the back of the train station, turn left and walk downhill to the beach.





Puffin on the Isle of May, Firth of Forth





Gannets on the Bass Rock, Firth of Forth





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