What is Easington Beach?
Easington Beach is a beach located between Sunderland and Hartlepool. The beach is made of a mix of sand and shingle and surrounded by cliffs and dunes.
What is there to do?
Firstly its a good place for going on a walk as they’re is even a part of Durham heritage coast walks. Moreover the walk is 1-5 miles distance and has the theme of breath-taking views. For more information on the walk view the “this is Durham” website using [link]. The beach is also a good place to sunbathe to get yourself a nice natural tan going. Anoughter thing to do is fish as its quite a nice place to fish
What is the accessibility?
There is beach access from the car park that is called Easington Colliery Coastal Carpark. The pathway to the beach is off-road and can be uneven so may not be suitable for people with mobility problems.
For more information on the beach you can check out the website called “The Beach Guide” using the [link]
For more beach listings on the Eric Knows website using the [link]