In this wonderful adventure, you will tour the landscape in the north of England along the Northumberland coast. You will walk through nature reserves and traditional villages, wide golden sandy beaches, over dunes with unique views, and castle ruins such as those of Alnwick, Bamburgh, Dunstanburgh or Warkworth.
This route begins in Ellington, known for having had the last marine mining coal mine in the UK, and ends in Berwick-upon-Tweed, a town located right at the mouth of the river separating England from Scotland.
- Visit Seahouses, an active and colourful fishing port.
- Cross the Royal Border Bridge, a viaduct opened in Queen Victoria's reign.
- Try smoked herring, a typical dish.