Robert Skedgell: A very quiet and secluded sandy beach at the mouth of Abhainn Chuiag, near the northern end of the Applecross/A' Chomraich peninsula, Wester Ross. There's also a very impressive echo from the low cliff across the estuary from the beach.
There is a small car park on the Applecross to Shieldaig coast road (NG698567) about 1km south of the bridge over Abhainn Chaig, although you may be able to park on the road closer to the bridge. The path to the beach leaves the road about 100m west of the bridge (NG703578) and roughly follows the left bank of the river down to stepping stones over the river. Cross the river and walk over rough ground to the beach. The beach is approximately 800m from the road.
Listed in Daniel Start's Wild Swimming Hidden Beaches.
At the mouth of a small river, Abhainn Chuaig.