Where to go on the Northumberland Coast

Ruined and restored castles; rocky shores and sandy bays; puffins and seals - the Northumberland Coast is a varied place for a day out for families, walkers, birders, sightseers or (sometimes) sunbathers.

Lindisfarne Castle off the Northumberland Coast

The main places to visit on the coast 

Find out more about Lindisfarne Castle, the Farne Islands, Embleton and Newton Links and Dunstanburgh Castle.

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.

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.