Adjacent with the Scottish Borders to the north and the North Sea to the east, the 100 mile long Northumberland Coast is a designated National Landscape, sweeping from the historic town of Berwick upon Tweed in the north, to the village of Tynemouth with its golden sands and rolling surf, in the south.

Much of the area is unpopulated, tranquil, with mile-after-mile of clean and safe award-winning golden sandy beaches, quiet country lanes and an unequalled sense of freedom.

The Northumberland Coast has much to offer all visitors, including Dramatic Castles, such as Holy Island Castle, Bamburgh Castle, and Dunstanburgh Castle; traditional seaside towns, charming villages and hamlets, majestic Holy Island (accessible via a 3 mile long causeway at low tide), the Farne Islands and Coquet Island.