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Find somewhere to visit on your journey

During your journey along our wonderful coastline and Area of Natural Beauty, you may want to stop and take in the sights at one of the many places that run alongside the route with amazing views and fascinating history. Here are a list of just a few of the many wonderful places that you would come across along the length of the walk.

Berwick-upon-Tweed Tourist Information Centre

Find out more information about things to do in Berwick to make the most of your visit to this northernmost town in England and the surrounding area.


Walkergate (upstairs in the library)
TD15 1DB

Craster Tourist Information Centre

Craster Tourist Information Centre is situated in the Quarry Car Park just at the entrance to Craster village. The village of Craster is on the Northumberland coast, 6 miles northeast of Alnwick. Craster has always been known as a fishing village, with its traditional fishing boats (or cobles) bringing in a variety of fish including herring. The small harbour was built in the nineteenth century for the herring fishery. Perhaps it is most famous for the curing sheds that produce the famous Craster kippers . The spectacular Dunstanburgh Castle is reached via a short coastal walk from Craster car park.


Tourist Information Centre, Craster Car Park
NE66 3TW

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Druridge Bay Country Park

Discover a living landscape rich in wildlife as you walk on a stunning seven-mile stretch of sand located between Amble and Cresswell.


Red Row
Druridge Bay
NE61 5BX

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RNLI Grace Darling Museum

Learn about the life of Grace, Victorian Britain's greatest heroine. Discover her story through her personal items and find yourself transported back to 1838 with the museum's audio-visual tools and exhibitions.


Radcliffe Road
NE69 7AE