Located on the Northumberland Coast, Druridge Bay is a 7-mile beach which sits between the coastal towns of Amble to Cresswell.

During the Second World War, soldiers fortified the Druridge Bay as part of anti-invasion preparations. And you can still see the anti-tank concrete blocks that were placed along the shoreline.

The beach lies in Druridge Bay Country Park, and the park contains toilets, a café, and a playground. The Park is home to several nature reserves, and its populations of swans, golden plovers. And purple sandpipers makes it a great destination for bird watchers.

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Q How to get to Druridge Bay?

Most visitors travel to Druridge Bay by car and park at Druridge Bay Country Park Visitor Centre (NE61 5BX). The beach is a short walk from the visitor centre’s car park.

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