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Rocky islands, habitat for seals and many species of seabird
The Farne Islands are possibly the most exciting seabird colony in England with unrivalled views of 23 species, including around 37,000 pairs of puffin.
It's also home to a large grey seal colony, with more than 1,000 pups born every autumn.
Historically, the islands have strong links with Celtic Christianity and St Cuthbert, who lived here in the 7th Century.
There's also a medieval pele tower and Victorian lighthouse here, plus a visitor centre and easy access boardwalk.
Many of the islands hide underwater at high tide. Visitors pass lots of these inaccessible islets on boat trips - a short journey to a different world!
Bring a picnic, relax, and enjoy the best view of Bamburgh Castle and the Cheviot Hills you can ever have
The Farne Islands will feature in a brand new series for ITV celebrating some of the most impressive natural and manmade wonders that make Britain great. Julia Bradbury visited the islands as part of her 12,000 mile journey around the country taking in some of Britain’s most spectacular locations - of which the Farnes are surely near the top of the list (but then we would say that wouldn't we?).
Look out for the Farnes episode in the programme's schedule.
You can catch up with episodes here