Aberlady Caravan Park is the ideal base for exploring East Lothian and the surrounding areas. Aberlady is a conservation village, on the route of the John Muir Way, situated in beautiful countryside, within easy reach of the Capital city of Edinburgh. There is good food available at the traditional old village pub "The Old Aberlady Inn". It is in an area of natural beauty, sitting as it does by Aberlady Bay with views over to Fife and with the Garleton Monument and open countryside to the South. It has many idyllic sandy beaches, and historic buildings nearby. Below are details of some of the local attractions.
Local Attractions. Click on images for Links to more information.
ABERLADY NATURE RESERVE.
The Reserve covers an area of 582 hectares (1,439 acres),
THE JOHN MUIR WAY
The John Muir Way - is a continuous path, which extends for almost 73km, linking East Lothian with the City of Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders. The route offers magnificent views of East Lothian including much of the coastline and a chance to see the natural history and historic sites of this unique landscape.
The path passes through Aberlady.
THE OLD ABERLADY INN
From A la carte to more traditional fare.
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