One of the UK’s most iconic castles to one side and the world famous Farne Islands on the other, the vast swathe of dune-fringed sands of Bamburgh beach makes for a dramatic visit.
Running from the East to West coast of Northern England this monument of Roman engineering at the edge of the frontier covers some majestic views of Northumberland and Cumbria rugged countryside.
World famous for its beautiful lakes and mountainous fells, carved out long ago by glaciers, the Lake District today is a playground for landscape photographers and in my opinion the best photo location in England.
Tynemouth village is a popular coastal village in the North East with the dramatic Tynemouth Priory & Castle dominating the headland and the Pier at the mouth of the Tyne. It also has amazing beaches and a surfing culture.
Whitley Bay is at the southern end of an expanse of golden sand with rocky outcrops that stretches for two miles and includes the very photogenic St Mary’s Island and lighthouse with its own causeway that is cut off at high tide.
Midway between Whitley Bay and Blyth lies the harbour village of Seaton Sluice a village divided by a bridge across the Seaton Burn, in Northumberland. It lies on the coast at the mouth of Seaton Burn.
St Abbs is a small fishing village on the southeastern coast of Scotland, within the Coldingham parish of Berwickshire. St Abbs Head is a coastal haven for birdwatchers, nature lovers and walkers. See thousands of seabirds and be awed by the dramatic cliffs.
Edinburgh is Scotland's compact, hilly capital. Looming over the city is Edinburgh Castle. Arthur’s Seat is an imposing peak in Holyrood Park with sweeping views, and Calton Hill is topped with monuments and memorials.