Bullers of Buchan drone footage and aerial photography. The Bullers of Buchan is a collapsed sea cave on the north-east Scottish coast.
Exploring Bullers of Buchan
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Bullers of Buchan Birds
The cliffs at the Bullers of Buchan provide a nesting site for a large number of seabirds.
Kittiwakes, puffins, fulmars, shags, razorbills and guillemots plus herring gulls and great black-backed gulls can all be seen. Passing gannets can be spotted too.
Where is Bullers of Buchan?
Bullers of Buchan is located 6 miles south of Peterhead and 2 miles north of Cruden Bay.
There is a car park on the A975 which is just a short walk from the Bullers of Buchan. If you are using satnav, the post code AB42 0NS will get you close to the car park.
The Bullers of Buchan can be an incredibly dangerous place so please take care and avoid very windy days. People do, sadly, fall in to the 30m deep sea cave hole.
If you are visiting the Bullers of Buchan then why not drop in by New Slains Castle, which is only a few minutes away.