Explore Amble & The Northumberland Coast
Enjoy more stunning
images of Northumberland
by Graeme Peacock
Explore Amble Marina and the stunning coastline
Visit northumberland's historic castles
In and Around Amble
Amble is the southern gateway to the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and lies at the mouth of the River Coquet, and the nearby Coquet Island, an RSPB seabird sanctuary a mile off the coast, is visible from its beaches and harbour.
Amble Marina has yachts, motor cruisers or fishing boats in safe and secure morrings. Enjoy the sights, smells and sounds of a lively coastal harbour. Here, you can also enjoy Amble's reknowned sunday market where you can enjoy fresh fish produce and pick up the odd bargain
Not to be missed are the one hour boat trips from Amble harbour sailing out around Coquet Island - sea bird paradise, home to 40,000 nesting sea birds. Viewing- Puffins, The Rare Roseate Tern, Sandwich Tern, Common Tern, and 600 residential Grey Seals.
Druridge Bay Country Park, just south of Amble, includes 7 miles of beautiful beach and sand dunes, as well as 100 acre lake surrounded by woods and meadows. The site is popular with dog walkers.
Warkworth Castle isjust inland along the River Coquet .
Alnmouth - a few miles the north you enjoy a walk on the stunning unspoilt beach.
The Northumberland Coast
Alnwick, Holy Island, Bamburgh, Seahouses, Berwick upon Tweed,