Durness is a seaside village in the north coast of Highlands.
- Single track road along the north coast.
- Bus from Inverness, operated by Tim Dearman Coaches, once a day, Monday to Saturday.
- The Royal Mail postbus can pick you up from Lairg train station (it meets the train). Operates Mon - Sat. In summer also on Sundays.
- The highland council run a subsidised bus to/from Inverness which operates once a fortnight
- watch wildlife: sea birds (including puffins north of Durness), seals and porpoises.
There is tourist information centre by the road.
- take a boat trip for whale spotting
- walk to Faraidh Head - often good close-up views of seals in the rock pools. At the correct season eider ducks swimming in with their ducklings from far away make an impressive and memorable sight.
- There is a well stocked local Spar which doubles as the post office.
There is a pub.
There is a camping up on the cliff over Sango Bay.
There are also several B&Bs in the village and a handful of self-catering establishments.
- Norsehaven self-catering cottages (self catering both in and outside Durness), Durness, IV27 4PN, ☎ 01732 882320, . £385. edit
There is ATM and petrol station in the village.