Spittal Beach - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting


About Spittal Beach

Spittal beach is a sandy beach with shallow water at high tide on the southern side of Tweed estuary. Its Coast Path runs down from Berwick to Holy Island and beyond that down to Druridge Bay. The beach is backed by a promenade and seaside shops.Visitors have been coming here since the 18th century, when Spittal was a popular spa and bathing resort.

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Berwick-upon-Tweed Barracks and Main Guard

Berwick Barracks, sometimes known as Ravensdowne Barracks, is a former military installation of the British Army in Berwick-upon-Tweed, England. Built in the early 18th century to the design of the distinguished architect Nicholas Hawksmoor, the Barracks was among the first in England to be purpose built. The 'By Beat of Drum' exhibition gives you an insight into the life of the British infantryman from the Civil War to the First World War.

Royal Border Bridge

Royal Border Bridge

2.02km from Spittal Beach

The Royal Border Bridge spans the River Tweed between Berwick-upon-Tweed and Tweedmouth in Northumberland, England. It is a Grade I listed railway viaduct built between 1847 and 1850, when it was opened by Queen Victoria. The engineer who designed it was Robert Stephenson . It was built for the York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway and is still in regular use today, as part of the East Coast Main Line. Despite its name, the bridge does not in fact span the border between England and Scotland, whic

Berwick Castle

Berwick Castle

2.11km from Spittal Beach

Berwick Castle was a ruined 12th-century castle built by David I of Scotland but, alongside the town, it regularly changed hands between the English and Scots. In 1292 Edward I declared his verdict on the Scottish succession within the castle's Great Hall. Much of the fortification was destroyed by the construction of the railway in the nineteenth century. The magnificent defences of Berwick testify to the important role played by the town throughout history.

Cocklawburn Beach

Cocklawburn Beach

4.08km from Spittal Beach

This stunning, sand and rock, beach, backed by grassy dunes, lies on the North Sea coast, between Berwick and the Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve. It was one of te he iconic attractions in this area with outstanding natural beauty and is famous with walkers. This beach is a great spot to come for long, windswept walks, to admire the big, open sky and beautiful seascapes.

Union Bridge

Union Bridge

7.26km from Spittal Beach

The Union Chain Bridge links England and Scotland, crossing the River Tweed between Horncliffe in Northumberland and Fishwick in Berwickshire. This is supposedly the oldest suspension bridge in the world still in use by road traffic and at the time of its building was the longest suspension bridge in the world and the first to carry road traffic.

Norham Castle

Norham Castle

10.89km from Spittal Beach

Norham Castle was built in 1121 by Ranulph Flambard, Bishop of Durham to protect the extensive land owned by the church in the region. It is a Grade I listed building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The castle saw much action during the wars between England and Scotland.

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Northumberland is a ceremonial county and historic county in North East England. It is bordered by Cumbria to the west, County Durham and Tyne and Wear to the south and the Scottish Borders to the north. One of the iconic location wehivh was flourished with lot of tourists places.

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