Stunning beaches abound - some with with car parking nearby.
Bamburgh Castle Beach - stands out and has the breathtaking castle dominating the skyline behind the beach.
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.
Berwick-Upon-Tweed - has a sandy beach which lies to the north of the mouth of the River Tweed.
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