Berwickshire Coastal Path
Follow the Berwickshire Coastal Path from Berwick on Tweed in Northumberland, to Cockburnspath, in the Scottish Borders.
There's some spectacular coastal scenery to enjoy as you pass along the Northumberland and Scottish cliff tops. There are also a series of pretty coastal villages with delightful harbours including Burnmouth, Eyemouth, St Abbs and Cove.
The Berwick Walls Walk is a worthy walk to do at the start of the route. The short trail exposes you to the fascinating history of the town as you travers the 16th century walls.
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Berwickshire Coastal Path Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
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Berwickshire Coastal Path Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
In Eyemouth you could stop off at the Ship Inn for some post walk refreshment. The pub is in a great location overlooking the village's picturesque harbour. You can find them at postcode TD14 5HT for your sat navs. The pub is also dog friendly.
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
At St Abbs Head there's a fine visitor centre with information about the area including the geology and wildlife. Look out for Guillemots, Kittiwakes, Puffins and Razorbills on the headland.
In Eyemouth you could pay a visit to Gunsgreen House and find out about the town's fascinating smuggling history. The house was built in 1753 and includes a museum and a noteworthy ‘tea chute’- the only one of its kind, where smuggled tea was hidden from prying eyes. You can find the house on Gunsgreen Quay, TD14 5SD.