Category: Walks

Eyemouth

Eyemouth – Ships, Smugglers and Seals

Eyemouth is something of an undiscovered treasure. This busy fishing port is tucked away on the Berwickshire coast and it’s easy to miss if you’re heading to St Abb’s Head, its picturesque neighbour. This authentic coastal town is worth a visit, even if it is a little rough around the edges. […]

Bamburgh beach

Northumberland – Great Days Out

Northumberland is one of Britain’s most beautiful counties, but this wild and wonderful place is also one of the least visited. It’s on my doorstep so no surprise that I’m its biggest fan. With fabulous beaches, historic castles and a stunning coastline, it’s a shame that more people haven’t discovered its […]

Tyneham – The Forgotten Village

Tyneham is hidden in a beautiful valley in Dorset where time has stood still for over 60 years. It’s the forgotten village. Locked in a time warp, nobody has lived at Tyneham since 1943. This small, isolated village became trapped in time during World War Two when villagers were told by the […]

Amble harbour and Warkworth Castle

Coastal walks – Amble – Fish and Ships

Amble is one of the most under-rated tourist centres on the Northumberland coast with its fish, ships and picturesque harbour. It’s a great place to stroll along the beach, watch the boats come in, and enjoy some of the best fish and chips in Britain. This unpretentious coastal town has something for every taste.  It may not […]

Stonehenge

Stonehenge: Ancient stones and selfie sticks

‘Selfie sticks’ are the must-have gadget this summer at Stonehenge, one of Britain’s most popular World Heritage sites. Once upon a time the coach parties flooded into Stonehenge to marvel at the ancient stones and archaeology. Today the craze for capturing yourself on camera seems to have overtaken old-fashioned sightseeing […]

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