Keiss Beach, like neighbouring Reiss Sands, is a beach along the A99 in Caithness, Scotland which overlooks Sinclair Bay. It is often sparsely populated and on a sunny day, provides a tranquil walk for visitors. The north coast of Scotland has a reputation for its opportunities to see the Northern Lights owing to its northern aspect and low levels of light pollution. If you are hoping to see the Northern Lights in Scotland, be sure to follow social media and local forecasts to maximise your chances. From Keiss Beach, you can proceed north to John O'Groats or south towards Wick.