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So I’m nostalgic about this place, but I came here as a child and have enjoyed years and years of fun. Whether it is playing in the dunes or on the beach itself. You can walk for miles. At the seaton sluice end of the...More
Seaton Sluice beach is a long stretch of sand great for kids to dig sandcastles. If you walk across the bridge past the Waterford Arms, past he hexagonal tower onto Collywell Bay Road after about 30 yards you can descend to Collwell Bay. Here you...More
A quiet alternative to the more popular beaches at Whitley bay and Tynemouth. Free parking and normally there is a cafe van where you can grab a coffee or a snack. Dog friendly and bigger than other local beaches so dogs get a good run....More
Great beach but has a high proportion of dogs as during summer months they are banned from nearby blyth beach, as with most places the irresponsible few spoil it by not clearing up after their dogs, such a shame as the beach and harbour are...More
We often head to Seaton Sluice for a dip in the sea in the Summer as we prefer it to the more crowded Whitley Bay or Cullercoats nearby. There's a lovely seated view behind the allotments on the grass if you are trying to avoid...More
Took the grand kids down to our favourite beach (collywell bay ). It,s always quite and they love it. Great to walk in the rock pools at low tide and throwing stones into the biggest ones. Great place to skim stones over the waves. Brilliant...More