Explore the coast at Newton by the Sea
Visitors to Newton by the Sea can enjoy the best of both worlds from this charismatic village and gain a sense of two very different holiday experiences. High Newton can be found just half a mile inland where you can explore the eccentric St Mary’s Church and its impressive stained glass windows. An amazing setting which invites you to spend time and explore the surrounding area.
Low Newton by the Sea, owned by the National Trust, is home to a diverse range of birds. The nature reserve that overlooks Newton Pool Bird Reserve is a perfect holiday spot for keen bird watchers. There are two bird hides available, one with disabled access. The miles of sandy beach is popular with people doing water sports and an offshore reef means it’s a natural harbor for fishing boats. Coastal walks are very popular and another way to appreciate this idyllic coastline. From Low Newton you can take a circular walk to Craster looking out for seals, sea birds and wildlife along the way.