|Etymology||Hither Shore in Sindarin|
|Head of State||King of Nevrast|
|Location||Northwestern Beleriand, Southwest of Hithlum|
|Establishment||First Age 6|
|Dissolution||First Age 125|
The land of Nevrast lay at the coast of the Great Sea in Middle-earth. The name means Hither Shore in Sindarin, as opposed to the Distant Shore of Aman and was originally applied to all the shores of Beleriand (although Nevrast was usually not included in West Beleriand).
Nevrast was the centre of an Elven kingdom of Turgon for about a century until ca. 125 F.A., when the people began their trek to Gondolin. Turgon's capital (and it seems the only city of Nevrast) was Vinyamar. The land was not permanently inhabited after that, and indeed was utterly abandoned until Tuor came there, guided by Ulmo.