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Two people, one a wheelchair user, on a coastal path on a sunny day
Exploring the accessible path at Woolacombe, North Devon | © National Trust Images/Paul Harris

Top coastal walks

With clifftop views, golden sands and the chance to spot rare wildlife, there's a coastal walk to suit everyone looking to get active outdoors. Here you'll find a selection of seaside trails, taking in historical and natural landmarks along the way.

Aerial view of three members of a family exploring the rock pools at Souter Lighthouse and The Leas, Tyne & Wear

Find a coastal walk

Explore miles of coastline at places such as Craster in Northumberland, where you can see the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle from the beach. Take in far-reaching views from the Giant’s Causeway in County Antrim or look out across the Atlantic from Lizard Point in Cornwall, the most southerly place in Britain.

Top coastal walks

    A person walking along the South West Coast Path at East Soar, South Devon

    Find a walk

    Discover some of the best places for walks, including ancient woodland, stretches of coast and green parkland.