Gullane is a small town on the south bank of the Firth of Forth in East Lothian on the east coast of Scotland. Since the ninth century, the village has had a church. The ruins of St. Andrew's old church built in the 12th century can still be seen at the village's west entrance. After a series of sandstorms rendered the church unusable, the church was abandoned, and the Dirleton Parish church replaced the church.
The village's award-winning beach, Gullane Bents, is backed by large dunes, which have become more and more overgrown in recent years, such as sea buckthorn and other invasive bushes. Gullane is part of John Muir Way. John Muir Way runs along the coast between Musselburgh and Dunglass.
Things to do in Gullane
Hailes Castle is a free castle maintained by historic Scotland and is located in a charming attraction near the A1 road 20 miles from Edinburgh.
Gullane golf club
Gullane golf club is a fantastic club with three excellent link courses. Golf has a history of 350 years in Scotland. The ASI Scottish Open was held there in 2015 and 2018. In 2018, the club also hosted the world's best female golfers for the ASI Ladies Scottish Open.