Ross Back Sands is 3 miles of sandy quiet beach with dunes that sticks out between Holy Island and Budle Bay. Can be very windy due to is exposed position although the sand dunes can provide a good wind break. You can see Lindisfarne Castle to the north and Bamburgh read more
Embleton Bay is one of Northumberland’s many fine beaches. The beach is dominated by Dunstanburgh Castle which stands on the south cliffs of the bay. Embleton Bay beach is sandy with rock pools at low tide and is very popular with walkers and families. No facilities and access is from read more
Cresswell beach large sandy shallow beach with sand dunes on the south part of Druridge Bay. The headland in front of Cresswell has some rocks particularly at low-tide. Surfing has an exposed beach break and also popular for sailing and fishing. Parking available close to the beach amongst the sand read more
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 and Little Car. Craster is not so much a beach but a rocky shore with a view northwards to 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 the eye can see and merges in with Cocklawburn beach in the north. Excellent beach for walking. On a clear 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 the River Wansbeck.
North Seaton beach is a small beach backed by sand dunes to the north of the River Wansbeck estuary. Caravan park right behind the beach.
Sandy beach to the north of the Tweed esturay pier.
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”).
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 beach spans to the north of the river mouth and is golden sands and dunes overlooked by the castle.
Bamburgh Beach is in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Northumberland Coast. It’s vast, unspoilt shoreline is uncrowded and backed by fabulous sand dunes and the magnificent Bamburgh Castle. It also commands sea views across to Lindisfarne, Holy Island and Farne Islands. Popular surfing and kitesurfing beach.
Beadnell Bay a horse shoe shape of golden sand, part of the Heritage Coast line.