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Blyth Beach

Blyth Beach, Blyth NE24 3PQ, UK

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About Blyth Beach

Blyth South is a long, wide, golden stretch of sandy beach, backed by a system of sand dunes which are a haven for wildlife and a designated area of Special Nature Conservation. The beach also has a zone for water sports such as jet-skiing, and a yachting club. During the winter, anglers flock to the beach for the excellent fishing opportunities.


Attractions near Blyth Beach

Ridley Park1.45km from Blyth Beach

A beautiful well-kept park in Northumberland with two play areas, water play area, cafe, toilets, lots of space for picnics and free parking. Also accessible by public transport.  The pavilions retain much of their original look and are still in use today. The first is run as a café while the other is a base for a community charity known as the Friends of Ridley Park.

Seaton Delaval Hall is a Grade I listed country house in Northumberland, England. It is near the coast just north of Newcastle upon Tyne. Located between Seaton Sluice and Seaton Delaval, it was designed by Sir John Vanbrugh in 1718 for Admiral George Delaval; it is now owned by the National Trust.  The 18th-century gardens of the hall are Grade II* listed on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.

St. Mary's Lighthouse5.19km from Blyth Beach

St Mary's Lighthouse is on the tiny St Mary's Island, just north of Whitley Bay on the coast of North East England. The small rocky tidal island is linked to the mainland by a short concrete causeway which is submerged at high tide.  The Lighthouse, completed in 1898 on a hazardous coast for shipping, remained operational until 1984 when it was superseded by modern navigational techniques. Since then the Lighthouse and former keepers' cottages have been operated as a visitor centre by North Tyne

St Mary's Island5.2km from Blyth Beach

St Mary’s Island is a tidal island located off Curry's Point to the north of Whitley Bay, accessed by a causeway at low tide. During medieval times it was known as Bate's Island and was occupied by a small chapel dedicated to St. Helen, which burned a lamp to warn mariners of the rocks. The main feature of the island is St. Mary's Lighthouse which was built in 1898.

Waves Leisure Centre6.94km from Blyth Beach

Wave Leisure Trust is a charitable not-for-profit Trust working to inspire active lifestyles through providing high quality, affordable and accessible health and fitness facilities and activities for our community.  They offer you an extensive range of aquatic and leisure facilities, including a total of seven swimming pools. Melton Waves aquatic facilities include a 50-metre outdoor swimming pool and 25-metre indoor swimming pool, a spa, toddler pool and warm water swimming pool used for swimmi

Spanish City7.58km from Blyth Beach

Spanish City is a very impressive domed building which dominates the landscape of Whitley Bay Seafront and promenade.  Erected as a smaller version of Blackpool's Pleasure Beach, it opened in 1910 as a concert hall, restaurant, roof garden and tearoom. A ballroom was added in 1920 and later a permanent funfair. There are towers on either side of the entrance, each of which carries a half-life-size female bacchanalian figure in copper, one holding cymbals, the other a tambourine.

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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.