Set on a beautiful sandy bay, Carnoustie is known the world over for its Championship golf course.
Carnoustie Golf Links was founded in mid-19th century, and since the 1930s it has hosted the Open Championship seven times, most recently in 2007. Carnoustie is proud of this record, and with 4 golf courses and one of the oldest recorded golf shops in the world, the sport is centre-stage in this seaside town.
Elsewhere a different local tradition is celebrated at Barry Mill, a working watermill museum which still grinds grain into oatmeal, used in many Scottish recipes.
Visit Dundee, but do not miss the Scottish coastline , take the A92 northwards towards Stonehaven stopping on the way.
Towns Near Carnoustie To Visit - straight line distance:Arbroath (6.09 miles) Broughty Ferry (6.57 miles) Dundee (10.56 miles) Leuchars (10.87 miles)
Carnoustie Golf Links World-famous championship golf course.
Barry Mill Historic working water mill in a pretty rural setting.