Sunderland is incredibly fortunate to sit on some of the most beautiful coastlines. Our beaches are amazing and completely underrated.
The northernmost part of Sunderland’s Coastline within the SR postcode. It offers some of the best beach views and coastal attractions we have.
Sunderland to South Tyneside’s Seafront has 5 main residential areas that are up the stretch of coast between the River Wear and the River Tyne. These areas make up one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the North East, and the further United Kingdom.
On the north side of the River Wear. Complete with our most famous Lighthouse and Pier.
Ryhope Beach and Clifftops are often disregarded and cast aside for more popular beaches on our coastline.
A great asset to this part of our city, if you haven’t visited yet, then you really need to!
Whitburn Mill is a really beautiful part of our coastal heritage. The views out to sea from the top of Cleadon Mill are incredible and absolutely worth a visit.
Ryhope Beach is a little bit of a hidden gem on our coastline. It is always quiet, and uniquely beautiful.
Hendon Beach has a bit of a bad reputation that goes hand in hand with Hendon. However, we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover!
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Seaham Hall is an award-winning Spa and Hotel in Seaham, County Durham. They have started running sessions with Hayley Dorian, a cold water exposure coach, teaching and demonstrating the Wim Hof method. I was kindly invited along to the event which makes this post an AD as I did not pay for my visit and […]
While most places will be closed across the country for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth, there will be some places still open. For those who don’t want to stay at home, for whatever reasons that might be, I wanted to put this list together so those people know they have somewhere to go across Sunderland. […]
It’s that time again when Sunderland BID hosts their bi-annual restaurant week. This event celebrates local restaurants and gives us a chance to try our favourites for £5, £10 or £15. It will be running from Saturday 17th – Sunday 25th. Given the cost of living crisis and the fact that everything is just getting […]