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 with it's own harbour and marina. As with most Northumberland coastline the coastal walks are excellent and sailing is also popular.
Looking our to sea about a a mile you have Croquet Island with its 80 ft high lighthouse. The lighthouse is built on the top of a medieval tower. Croquet Island is an RSPB reserve for thousands of puffins, terns, eider ducks and the roseate tern. This makes the area a popular walking and bird watching area.
Amble offers a range of charming shops, pubs, and restaurants.