From miles of unspoilt sandy beaches to wild, rugged countryside, we have some of beautiful spots that are the pride of the county.
Here are 13 of the best spots to get away from it all….
1. Cheswick beach, south of Berwick
The crowds head for Bamburgh or Druridge Bay but a little further north is beautiful Cheswick beach, some five miles south of Berwick, which offers miles of unspoilt golden sands.
Photo: Diana Smith
2. Routin Linn waterfall, near Ford.
Walk east from Ford Castle, pass the Ford Moss Nature Reserve and continue towards Goatscrag Hill before coming to the beautiful waterfall on the Broomridgedean Burn.
Photo: Alan Hughes
3. St Cuthberts Cave, near Belford
St Cuthbert’s Cave is an overhanging outcrop of sandstone rock, supported by an isolated pillar of stone.
It is reputed that the monks of Lindisfarne brought St Cuthbert’s body to this place to rest for a short period in AD875 following Viking raids on the Island and the subsequent abandonment of the Saxon monastery.
Photo: Jane Coltman
4. Halidon Hill, Berwick
Halidon Hill is a summit, just north-west of Berwick. At the Battle of Halidon Hill in 1333, Edward III of England used longbowmen on the heights of the hill to defeat the Scottish army led by Archibald the "Tyneman" Douglas, Regent of Scotland. On a fine day, the view south stretches towards Lindisfarne and the Farne Islands.
Photo: Ian Smith