North East

The North East of England’s coastline is a striking blend of dramatic cliffs, golden beaches, and historic sites. From the rugged beauty of Northumberland, with its castles and islands, to the industrial heritage of Tyne and Wear, this region tells a story of past and present. Seaside towns like Whitley Bay and Tynemouth offer leisure and entertainment, while the remote beaches provide peaceful retreats. The area is rich in wildlife, especially at sanctuaries like the Farne Islands, and its cultural landmarks, including Durham’s historic architecture, add depth to its coastal allure.

Tynemouth Beach

Tynemouth Beach

Discover Tynemouth Beach: dramatic castle ruins, popular surf spots, and lively cafes, ideal for historical exploration and seaside enjoyment.

Whitby Beach

Whitby Beach

Experience Whitby Beach: historic abbey views, sandy stretches, and Gothic charm, ideal for family fun and cultural discovery in a picturesque setting.

Newbiggin by the Sea Beach

Newbiggin by the Sea Beach

Experience Newbiggin by the Sea Beach: distinctive maritime art, revitalized seafront, and charming community, ideal for cultural discovery and seaside relaxation.

Redcar Beach

Redcar Beach

Enjoy Redcar Beach: expansive sands, iconic pier, and lively seafront, perfect for traditional seaside fun and scenic walks.

Saltburn Beach

Saltburn Beach

Discover Saltburn Beach: Victorian charm, surfing hotspots, and scenic cliff lifts, ideal for a mix of historical intrigue and beachside activity.

Seaham Beach

Seaham Beach

Experience Seaham Beach: rugged coastline, sea glass treasures, and heritage sites, ideal for unique discoveries and serene coastal walks.

Boulmer Beach

Boulmer Beach

Discover Boulmer Beach: serene coastline, traditional fishing village ambiance, and natural beauty, perfect for tranquil retreats and scenic strolls.

Crimdon Dene Beach

Crimdon Dene Beach

Visit Crimdon Dene Beach: wide sandy stretches, picturesque dunes, and peaceful surroundings, ideal for family outings and tranquil escapes.