With the second highest cliffs on the east coast of Britain, Berwickshire Coast has one of the most spectacular coastlines in Britain. This area is nationally and internationally important for seabirds, coastal flora and marine life. Along the path you will find a number of great sites; the secret smuggler’s bothy, the stunning Burnmouth Harbour, Gunsgreen House, Eyemouth Museum, Eyemouth Fort, Coldingham Priory, St Abb’s Head National Nature Reserve and much more!
You can make use of the regular local bus service to enjoy walks on this route and with the beautiful villages of St Abbs, Coldingham and Eyemouth you won’t be short of places to stop and eat on one of Scotland’s Great Trails.
Complete the whole 30 miles from Berwick or select on of the lovely shorter walks within the Berwickshire Coast. Click here for the more information and the coastal path leaflet or download the Scotland Starts Here app for guided walks. The path also links up with the John Muir Way and the Southern Upland Way if you are looking to go further a field.
Find more walks here for a variety of skill levels.