All Places in East Lothian
- Milsey Bay is a sandy beach with views of the Bass Rock and the Firth of Forth across to Fife. A popular family beach that is ideal for sun bathing, bird watching, picnics, walking and exploring rock pools. There is a tidal pond built into the rocks which holds the water when the tide is out, providing a safe place for children to sail boats and paddle. Facilities include car parking, food and toilets.
- The Bass Rock is an island in the outer part of the Firth of Forth approximately 2 km offshore, and 5 km north-east of North Berwick. The rock is a near vertical sided volcanic rock, 107 m (351 ft) at its highest point an is a Site of Special Scientific Interest in part due to the world’s largest colony of Northern gannets. You also have a few buildings, a castle that was used as a prison, the Bass Rock Lighthouse was constructed on the rock in 1902, and the remains of an ancient chapel survive.
- Seton Sands beach is a large sand and rocky beach. The beach has some rock pools to explore as the tide goes out. The beach sits on a stretch of coast between Port Seton in the west to Longniddry in the East and just 30 minutes from Edinburgh. The beach is backed by Seton Sands caravan and camping park. It has great access and facilities for people in the park but more difficult to get to if you are not staying in the area.
- Yellowcraig is also sometimes refered to as Broad Sands Bay. The beach is a sandy beach backed by forest and grassland, a local nature reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Facilities include car parking, toilets and showers at the car park, BBQ area, treasure Island themed adventure play park, golf course, caravan site and places to eat in nearby Dirleton.