Embleton and Newton Links

Important notice -

Our countryside space is open. We ask all visitors to follow government guidance. When visiting please follow the Countryside Code

Breathtaking stretch of silver sands surrounded by wildlife-rich dunes

Embleton and Newton Links

Things to see and do

Visitors to the Northumberland Coast, Northumberland

Autumn on the Northumberland coast

There are lots of ways to have fun and make memories on the Northumberland coast this autumn.

Walker crossing a stone footbridge in the countryside

Follow the Countryside Code 

With more people than ever enjoying our coast and countryside places, we’re asking for your help in looking after them during your visit. Please help us protect wildlife and landscapes by following the Countryside Code, which includes taking any litter home with you and not lighting a barbecue or campfire.

Embleton bay with Dunstanbugh Castle in the distance

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.

Newton Pool near Embleton Bay, Northumberland

Newton Pool coastal walk 

Enjoy a gentle walk alongside the Northumberland coast with plenty of wildlife-spotting opportunities along the way.

Embleton bay with Dunstanbugh Castle in the distance

Visiting the Northumberland Coast with your dog 

There are lots of walking routes on the coast and your dog is welcome to join you.

Ranger tents on the beach at the Long Nanny, Northumberland Coast

Elsewhere on the Northumberland Coast 

St Aidan's Dunes at Seahouses, the lime kilns at Beadnell, the Long Nanny tern site at Beadnell Bay, Buston Links at Alnmouth, Druridge Bay.

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Visitors in the forest at Cragside, Northumberland

Inland from the Northumberland Coast 

Ros Castle and St Cuthbert's Cave are great places for walking, for views and for soaking in the ancient history of this landscape.

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