Use our guide to discover the best things to do in Amble-by-the-Sea
Take time to explore the many top things to do in Amble-by-the-Sea during your next getaway with family and friends.
The seaside village of Amble surrounds the River Coquet estuary at the southern entry to the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with a port dotted with fish shacks, seafood cafés, and pastel-painted beach huts.
Amble takes itself to be the “friendliest port in England,” and its annual puffin festival, brilliantly coloured beach huts, and Amble Harbour Village’s wooden shop pods are just a few of its eccentricities.
Things to do in Amble
Amble’s modest town centre has a High Street packed with pleasant cafés, restaurants, and traditional pubs ideal for sampling local tipples. The mouth-watering aroma of the local butchers, as well as the sweet smell of sticky pastries from the bakers, may be appreciated as you stroll down the high street. Amble shops are ideal for picking up a unique Northumbrian present for a friend or a souvenir of your trip to Northumberland.
Druridge Bay presents a glorious seven-mile stretch of sands, ideal for enthralling water sports or just relaxing. Afterwards, explore Druridge Bay Country Park which features a stunning nature reserve home to various birds.
Animal lovers will also enjoy the Hauxley Wildlife Discovery Centre, a nature reserve bursting with species of insects, birds and even red squirrels.
Never be short of things to do in Amble with our handy Amble-by-the-Sea Travel Guide…