Spittal Beach – a gem on the Northumberland coast
Posted 28th March, 2017
Once the haunt of smugglers and pirates the village of Spittal is just on the south side of the River Tweed next to Tweedmouth.
If you’re travelling from the north across the Tweed Bridge look eastwards and you can spot a lone tall chimney, a landmark feature marking the edge of the village at the seaside.
Here lies one of Northumberland’s best kept secrets.
A wonderful sandy beach crossed by quaint breakwaters – perfect for walkers and especially those with dogs.