Embleton and Newton Links

Visitors walking into Low Newton with Dunstanburgh Castle in the distance
The view from Newton to Dunstanburgh is spectacular at any time of year John Millar

Breathtaking stretch of silver sands surrounded by wildlife-rich dunes

Embleton and Newton Links

Things to see and do

Visitors making sandcastles on Embleton beach
Distant Dunstanburgh Castle makes for a fine still life model National Trust Images / John Millar

Enjoy a fun-filled day out 

Explore Low Newton Square, an 18th-century fishing hamlet, or scramble across our natural rock harbour and golden beach. Finally enjoy our Newton Pool walk ending at our freshawater lagoon nature reserve.

Embleton and Newton Links

What's on 

Embleton bay with Dunstanbugh Castle in the distance
A walk along the beach below the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle Jane Lancaster

Craster to Low Newton coastal walk 

This walk sets foot from the fishing village of Craster, passing the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle and the long sweep of Embleton Sands before reaching Low Newton by the Sea.