Druridge Bay has a long stretch of sandy beach, which is privately owned and runs from Amble to Cresswell. It is divided into Druridge Bay North, running between the Northumberland Coast Country Park and the National Trust property and Druridge Bay South. There are picnic areas and nature trails and the whole area is a wildlife haven, with sightings of graylag, pink-footed geese and grasshopper warblers. For the more adventurous, cycling and watersports are popular here.
What the beach means to Janet.
A fine afternoon at Druridge Bay.