Beadnell Bay is edged by an arcing, sandy beach, which is backed by the dunes of Newton Links. It runs from the village of Beadnell to Snook Point in the south. The village of Beadnell features a west facing harbour, enabling visitors to enjoy sunsets looking over the beach in this east coast location. This is part of the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Northumberland Heritage Coast. Water sports are popular here, particularly windsurfing, canoeing and kitesurfing, as there’s plenty of sand on the flat beach. You can catch a boat trip to the nearby Farne Islands to see the puffins, terns and seals who shelter there. Finally, there’s a welcoming 15th Century pub within striking distance of the beach.
A trip back in time with fisherman John.
What the beach means to Dave.
The arc of the beach at Beadnell Bay.