The Northumberland coastal route will take you through beautiful villages and nature reserves that not only house incredible beauty and natural diversity, but are also full of history.
Start this adventure at Ellington, known for having had the last marine mining coal mine in the UK and touring unique and diverse landscapes such as Druridge Bay, Rumbling Kern Cove and St Cuthbert's Way.
In the distance, you will see the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle, built in 1313, you will see Seahouses, an active and colourful fishing port known as the gateway to the Farne Islands and Bamburgh Castle, one of the most emblematic in England, which rises to 150 feet above the coast.
- Tour Druridge Bay, an extensive sandy path.
- In Craster, you can try smoked herring, a typical local dish.
- Visit Cuthbert's Cave, where it is said, the monks sheltered and hid the body of St. Cuthbert during the Viking invasion.
- Visit Warkworth Castle.