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Welcome to Amble-by-the-sea

This small working fishing port is home to a close-knit but friendly community. The development of the award winning Marina on the site of the former Staithes has brought new life to Amble.

Amble has a good range of Shops and Public Houses and boasts a bustling Sunday market on the harbour side, and on Saturdays a thriving car boot sale occurs. In the town square you will find the Amble sundial, the largest gnomon indicator in Europe.

If you want to watch the world go by head towards the Amble promenade to watch the fishing boats land their catch of the day. You could also embark on a Puffin Cruse bird watching trip around Coquet island, home to a variety of birds including Puffins, Roseate Terns, numerous species of gulls and seals.

Water sports enthusiasts should head for the Coquet Shorebase Trust, a community based water sports centre offering training in Kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, power boating and raft building The Amble Town trail will lead you to some wonderful secluded places of interest.

Amble is a short drive from Warkworth, Alnwick and Morpeth and can provide easy access to many walks and cycle routes and is located on the scenic Coast and Castles National Cycle Route 1.