Stunning beaches abound - some with car parking nearby all with stunning views.
Bamburgh Beach - is a sandy beach with the castle dominating the skyline behind the beach. Overlooking the North Sea this beach is great for traditional family fun; you can look out to the Farne Islands in the distance. This is probably one of the best beaches in the UK.
Newbiggin - South Beach - which was once a thriving mining and fishing town, lies on the Northumberland coast.
Druridge Bay (South) - is a seven-mile long stretch of coastline, backed by an extensive dune system.
Newbiggin - North Beach - stretches down from Hully Rocks and curves around the bay in a south-westerly direction for about 500 metres.
Cresswell Beach - is a gently sloping sandy beach and is backed by extensive sand dunes and can seem to go on forever at low tide.
The Links Beach - expansive sandy beach is the most westerly of three on Holy Island's remote, north coast.
Seahouses Beach - is an extensive area of gently sloping, sandy beach stretching north of the harbour.
Cocklawburn Beach - is a great spot to come for long, windswept walks, to admire the big, open sky and beautiful seascapes. This beach is accessed through winding paths over the dunes, so may be difficult to get too for some people.
Berwick-Upon-Tweed - has a sandy beach which lies to the north of the mouth of the River Tweed. This lovely beach is backed by cliffs and has a long pier with a lighthouse at the end.
Harbour Beach - on Holy Island is the easiest to get to being on the shoreward side of the island. With some of the best views around you can see the 16th-century castle and medieval priory from the beach. also you will find some upturned boats that are now used as storage sheds – this gives an oldie and make do feel to the place.