Embleton and Newton Links

Visitors walking into Low Newton with Dunstanburgh Castle in the distance

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

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.

A Little Tern on the hut roof at the Long Nanny near Low Newton, on the Northumberland Coast

Little Terns return to the Long Nanny 

For nine months of the year, the site blends into the vast stretch of unspoilt beach that is Beadnell Bay, but as May arrives thousands of birds arrive on site for the start of the three month breeding season.

Lindisfarne Castle from a drone flying to the south of the site

Caring for our coast: managing drone use 

To protect wildlife and ensure our visitors are free to fully enjoy their experience, we carefully manage how and where drones are used on the Northumberland Coast.

Embleton and Newton Links

What's on 

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.

Embleton and Newton Links

Our work

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 and Newton Links

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