The Northumberland Coast was designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1958 and covers 100 miles of coastline from Berwick-Upon-Tweed to the River Coquet estuary in the Northeast of England. The area is best known for its sweeping sandy beaches, rolling dunes, rocky promontories and isolated islands. Much of the area is sparsely populated but with plenty for the outdoor adventurer to see and do. Key highlights include Alnmouth, Bamburgh Castle, Beadnell, Budle Bay, Cocklawburn Beach, Craster, Dunstanburgh Castle, the Farne Islands, Lindisfarne and Seahouses.
Postcode - NE66 3TT
National Parks & AONB