Walking and Rambling in Berwick
Get back to nature and stride out on foot to explore the beauty of this part of the country. Whether it be walking routes or off the beaten track, you’re sure to enjoy wandering around and taking in the sights.
Discovering Britain walk with the Royal Geographical Society: On the borderline - Berwick upon Tweed
What makes it special
- Enjoy Berwick on foot
Other things to do nearby
Seahouses is a good access point to the nearby Farne Islands. This small seaside town is a very popular holiday resort.
Explore 14 public areas, learn more about the castle and watch history being uncovered during archaeological excavations. Sample Northumberland produce from the tea rooms. Visit the castle's
Enjoy military history? This interesting attraction has loads of information and exhibits about how British soldiers were treated. A great place for a rainy day.
Spot the scenes where L.S. Lowry painted his matchstick men. The famous painter visited Berwick many times and this picturesque trail is a fantastic way to explore the town.
Have a traditional day behind the seaside and enjoy this sandy beach with your family. Make sandcastles, watch the wildlife, or have a play in the fun splash-park area.
Lindisfarne is famous both for its medieval religious heritage and its picturesque 16th century castle.
Lindisfarne Priory sits offshore on Holy Island and is reached by causeway at low tide. The peaceful atmosphere makes a visit well worth the effort.
A range of boat trips including the special grey seal cruise, Holy Island cruise and various bird-watching trips.
Berwick has been sacked or captured 13 times; these epic walls were built to keep out the invading Scots. Spend a day walking along them and get a great view across the town and stunning estuary.
Berwick is the ideal destination for cycling and walking holidays in Northumberland.
Some of the best rocks, crags and sandstone faces in the UK can be found in Glendale, the area around Wooler. One of the most challenging climbs in the area, the Bowden Doors, is steep and techn
Get back to nature and stride out on foot to explore the beauty of this part of the country.
Sitting offshore on Holy Island and reached by causeway at low tide. The peaceful atmosphere make a visit well worth the effort. Visit the website
A range of boat trips including the special grey seal cruise, Holy Island cruise and various bird-watching trips. Visit the website
17 miles A range of boat trips are available to see the most famous sea bird sanctuary in the British Isles with a large colony of Grey Seals.
This ancient and remarkable fortress has alarming dungeons and torture chambers, as well as the beautiful parklands and gardens. It is reputed to be Britain's most Haunted Historic Castle!