Craster, Northumberland

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Craster has a small harbour which empties completely at low tide. Craster is famous for it's kippers, and the smoking sheds overlook the harbour. The harbour is now mainly used by leisure craft and a few fishing boats which fish for crabs and lobsters.

The Arnold Memorial Nature Reserve is nearby and the woodlands are home to a number of rare bird species including bluethroats.

 

Craster Map

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About Northumberland

Craster is located in the county of Northumberland. The Northumberland Coast is designated as an Area Of Outstanding Beauty (AONB), starting at Berwick upon Tweed at the Scottish borders. The coast is notable for the castles and small islands such as Lindisfarne.

 

Other places to visit in Northumberland

Alnmouth - Amble - Bamburgh - Berwick-upon-Tweed - Blyth - Craster - Holy Island - Low Newton by the sea - Newbiggin-by-the-sea - Seahouses

 

Craster blog news

Blog entries

Bexhill Sea Angling Festival
Aug 7, 2013
New website launched
Jul 8, 2013
Top 5 Coastal Breaks
December 12, 2011

 

Craster attractions, places to stay, and things to do

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