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The Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Seahouses

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Featuring endless beaches, rugged cliffs, rocky coves, and extensive sand dunes, The Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offers numerous opportunities for enjoying the outdoors, from quiet walks along the beach to wildlife watching. Affectionately called "nature's playground" by the locals, this narrow coastal strip runs for 64 km (40 mi) from Berwick upon Tweed to the Coquet Estuary. Although the coast remains largely undeveloped, it still attracts holidaymakers and day-trippers. Caravan and campsites accommodate nature lovers and adventurers who come to enjoy bird-watching, cycling, horse riding, and a plethora of water sports. To visit The Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on your holiday in Seahouses, and find out what else Seahouses has to offer, use our Seahouses.
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  • The walk from Seahouses to Bamburgh and its amazing castle is sublime. About 3.7 mls.. Return on St Oswalds Way or by bus, Can also recommend Dunstan Steads to Craster as an 8ml circular walk. Jolly.....  more
    The walk from Seahouses to Bamburgh and its amazing castle is sublime. About 3.7 mls.. Return on St Oswalds Way or by bus, Can also recommend Dunstan Steads to Craster as an 8ml circular walk. Jolly.....  more »
  • Love this area, lots of amazing beaches for walking with family and dogs, seahouses in particular has a lovely little high street with restaurants and shops and a picturesque harbour 
    Love this area, lots of amazing beaches for walking with family and dogs, seahouses in particular has a lovely little high street with restaurants and shops and a picturesque harbour  more »
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  • Just a lay by on a B road but right on the coastal path. Amazing views and great walks to be had. But very strange there was no benches set out anywhere and I walked about 10 miles along the path..
  • Came across the arctic turn nesting site during a local beach walk from beadnel in mid June. It was very interesting to us novices and the staff were very friendly and informative. Fascinating insight into the work of the national trust wardens there.

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