Warkworth beach is close to the fortified village of Warkworth. The village with its castle is built on a rocky spur within a tight loop of the River Coquet. Warkworth Read more [...]
Find The Nearest Beach Northumberland
Planning a trip to Northumberland and looking for the nearest beaches. Northumberland has more than 45 km of beaches, a number of islands, hidden coves and a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The coast is simply spectacular and varied, you have seaside towns with harbours, coastal castles, remote sandy beaches or why not join the grey seals and puffins on the Farne Islands.
Annstead beach is a sandy beach is just to the south of Seahouses. Just behind the beach is Annstead Dunes Nature Reserve. Parking by the beach and other facilities in Read more [...]
Alnmouth beach is a quiet sandy beach with dunes just outside the Northumberland village of Alnmouth on the mouth of the River Aln (hence the name “Alnmouth”). Facilities include small Read more [...]
Longhoughton Steel is named after the rocks on the point. A number of small stretches of beach (Longhoughton Steel, Howdiemont Sands and Sugar Sands), mostly covered at high tide. The Read more [...]
Cheswick Sands is one of the biggest beaches in Northumberland, a large area of flat sand with black rocks and dunes. This is a vast beach that stretches as far as Read more [...]
Cambois beach is a large sandy beach with a hard footpath running behind amongst the grass. Located on north side of the estuary of the River Blyth and south of Read more [...]
Seahouses North beach is a sandy beach with sand dunes to the North of the fishing village of Seahouses. Good location for beach walks with the facilities include toilets, parking, cafe Read more [...]
Fishermans Haven beach is a sandy cove backed by cliffs and a caravan site with paths leading down to the beach. Parking available on the cliff top.
Craster is a small fishing village on the Northumbrian coast with a small and attractive harbour. The harbour itself is protected by two areas of rocks, known as Muckle Car Read more [...]
Amble Links beach is sand and shingle positioned on the outskirts of Amble just south of the harbour by a holiday park. Amble in Northumberland is a small fishing village Read more [...]
Druridge Bay is one of Northumberland coast’s largest bays at 7 miles (11 km) long stretching from Amble in the north to Cresswell in the south. Northumberland Coast Country Park Read more [...]
Ross Back Sands is 3 miles of sandy quiet beach backed by sand dunes. The beach protrudes out between Holy Island and Budle Bay which means it can be very windy Read more [...]