Wild and Beautiful Coastline with Walking Holidays in Northumberland
The route briefly converges with St Cuthbert's Way, which then passes close to the dramatic overhang of St. Cuthbert's Cave-a perfect vantage point for the glorious views of the Northumberland coast.
There is the option to visit Lindisfarne, Holy Island-accessible at low tide across the causeway. Its monastery became a centre for Christian learning and writing with the well known Lindisfarne Gospels, as well as a popular place of pilgrimage.
Cliff top paths descend to the end of your walk-historic Berwick-upon-Tweed, the capital of the Borders. Berwick was a Royal Burgh of Scotland in 1120 and during the many centuries of border warfare changed hands no fewer than 14 times, the last being in 1482.
With its magnificent town walls, spectacular riverside and bridges at the mouth of the River Tweed, Berwick is one of the most picturesque towns on the region's coast and well worth an extra day spent at the end of your holiday.
For detailed itineraries, further information or advice on walking Northumberland Coast Path, call or e-mail our Walk Team, today. We will be delighted to speak to you about our walking holiday along Nortumbrian coast.