Tyne & Wear Beaches

Tyne & Wear Beaches

Whether you’re planning a staycation or a day trip with the kids. Use our coastal holiday guide to discover beautiful Tyne & Wear beaches.

Find your favourite Tyne & Wear Beaches

Find beaches on the Tyne & Wear coast in the north east of England. There are 4 stunning blue flag beaches in Tyne & Wear, family friendly destinations and broad golden sandy beaches great for water sports and surfing.

Explore beaches in Tyne & Wear with our North East Coast beach guide.

Start at the first beach in Tyne & Wear. Then ‘Next beach’ to follow the coastline. Have fun!

Full List of Tyne & Wear Beaches

Do you know the name of the beach you are looking for? See our full list of beaches in Tyne & Wear in alphabetical order.

Know the name of the beach you are looking? See the full list of beaches in Tyne & Wear in alphabetical order.

Browns Bay

Visit Browns Bay, this small bay just along from Cullercoats doesn’t have a beach, but is popular with scuba divers…

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Cullercoats Bay

Cullercoats Bay is a small sandy beach in Tyne and Wear popular with families in the summer season….

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Frenchmans Bay

Frenchmans Bay is a small bay just south of Sandhaven beach on the South Tyneside Coastal Trail…

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King Edwards Bay

King Edwards Bay Great for surfing, North East facing King Edwards Bay, sheltered by cliffs and grassy banks, is…

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Littlehaven Beach

Littlehaven Beach in South Shields on the mouth of the River Tyne, looking out over the North…

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Man Haven Bay

Man Haven Bay A small bay between Frenchmans bay and Marsden Rock. Beach HighlightsLocal LinksBeach Management This beach is…

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Marsden Beach

Marsden Beach Marsden Beach in South Shields is a sandy bay backed by cliffs reached by either a lift…

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Roker Beach

Blue flag award winning Roker Beach in Sunderland with a stunning sandy beach and attractions for the…

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Ryhope Beach

Ryhope Beach just north of Seaham, once a popular seaside destination, now much smaller than it was…

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Sandhaven Beach

Sandhaven Beach in South Tyneside is an award winning wide golden sandy beach perfect for a day…

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Seaburn Beach

Seaburn Beach, award winning Seaburn beach is a popular family friendly sandy beach on the North East Coast. Visitors…

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St Mary’s Bay

St Mary’s Bay A small bay on the North Tyneside coast next to the causeway leading to St Mary’s…

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Tynemouth Longsands

Tynemouth Longsands Blue Flag Award winning Tynemouth Longsands offers an alternative to the well-known surf destinations of Cornwall and…

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Whitley Bay

Whitley Bay Blue flag award winning Whitley Bay on the north Tyneside coast is a favourite seaside holiday destination.The…

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Explore the UK coastline

beautiful beach on South West England coast

What’s On along the Coast

Throughout the year there are a series of events and festivals taking place along the Coast. Find out What’s On from food festivals to cultural and sporting events.




Overlooking the coast UK

Get active on the beach

Find the best beaches for water sports. Learn to kitesurfsurf or sail at schools around the UK. Lessons are available to suit all abilities.

Enjoy the beautiful Tyne & Wear coast.

Explore other areas with our UK Beach Guide

Explore the miles of UK coastline with popular seaside destinations, coastal walks and water sports. Stop off at a beach for the day or walk or cycle the Coastal Trail.

NORTHUMBERLAND

From local seafood at Craster beach to sandy beaches and coastal castles Northumberland Beaches have a lot to offer.

YORKSHIRE

Home to famous Scarborough Beach to the Dinosaur Coast in Runswick Bay there is lots to see and do along the Yorkshire Coast.

TYNE & WEAR

Enjoy the beautiful family friendly Tyne & Wear coast with broad golden sandy beaches stunning natural scenery and rich history.

EAST RIDING

Great for weekends away at the beach, the East Riding coast has plenty of sightseeing as well as water sports destinations.

DURHAM

Visit the the Durham Heritage Coast looking out over the North Sea, from Sandy Crimdon beach to sites of Special Scientific Interest.