Whether you are a land lover, sea farer or just want to dip your toe in the water, Newbiggin’s coast definitely has something for you.
You can take a walk along Northumberland’s longest promenade, taking in the beautiful views of Newbiggin’s cove. Maybe you can catch the local ‘coble’ fishing boats launching out to sea or coming back with some fresh catch from the day. Then again you could take in some art by viewing ‘Couple’, a nationally renowned sculpture based just out to sea before moving on into the town following a local art trail.
On a golden sunny day, any beach is worth its weight in gold, and Newbiggin’s is no different. Now having been saved from the effects of tidal erosion, you can enjoy the sand and sea here like thousands did from all over the region during the 1930’s. Why not come down and find out what made it a holiday destination for the masses from all around the region, and one of the places to be in the north for a good time?