About Inver to Portmahomack Walk
Much of the walk follows a sandy beach. Inver figured in the Highland Clearances in the19th Century.
From the walk, there are wide views across the Dornoch Firth to the hills of Sutherland and the town of Dornoch.
Historically the area is of great importance as, during the second world war, the inhabitants of Inver were evacuated to allow for army training prior to the Normandy landings. Portmahomack wasn't evacuated but it was difficult for villagers to cross the evacuated area to get to Tain by road.
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