Try the route by bike, by car or by foot. This itinerary covers our whole coast so you will truly be able to say you have Explored Historic Shores! It’s a great itinerary to adapt to your adventure along the Berwickshire Coastal Path.
The Eyemouth and District Chamber of Trade is a long-standing group that has recently been resurrected to bring businesses in the local area together. The group meets monthly to discuss any arising issues in the local area and work together to overcome them. The reinstatement of this group has meant a great increase in communication […]
Serafina Press is a local publisher, with full-colour picture books for children up to about 8 years set in Eyemouth, St Abbs and the East Coast of Scotland, as well as the inland Borders. Established in 2006, Serafina Press is proud to have been first to publish the work of several young illustrators, as well as […]
Visitors from more densely populated places are amazed at how quiet our roads are. Cycling is wonderful way to explore, and is a safe option here with so little traffic. You can even have a completely car-free holiday, bringing your own bikes by train to nearby Berwick-upon-Tweed, or hiring them there. The Borders has a […]
Created by Jill Watson and commissioned by The 125 Memorial Association, these sculptures located at Cove, Burnmouth and St Abbs, commemorate the widows and bairns left behind by the great storm of October 14th 1881. Scotland suffered her worst fishing disaster and the Berwickshire ports lost a total of 189 men, many within sight of […]
Only accessible through a rock-cut tunnel and across a beach by foot, a holiday at the Blue Cabin offers an unequalled experience. Cove Harbour nestles within some of Scotland’s most attractive and undiscovered coastline, the East Coast. The harbour is popular with families and others to visit, swim, explore the rock pools and enjoy the […]
One of the World’s most important geological locations! In 1961, Siccar Point attained Site of Special Scientific Interest Status, based the location’s influence on James Hutton’s 1788 Unconformity theory. At Siccar Point, nearly vertical sedimentary rocks of Silurian age – greywacke sandstones and mudstones – are covered uncomfortably by a younger sequence of red sandstone […]
With the second highest cliffs on the east coast of Britain the borders has one of the most spectacular coastlines in Britain. This area is nationally and internationally important for seabirds, coastal flora and marine life. You can make use of the regular local bus service to enjoy day walks on this route; always take […]