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Bamburgh is situated on the North Northumberland Coast and is a very popular tourist destination.
The village is dominated by Bamburgh Castle, one of Northumberlands most prominent landmarks and one of England's finest castles. Situated on a rocky outcrop between the North Sea and the village, the castle can be seen from miles around in all directions.
Bamburgh is also the resting place of Grace Darling, the Northumbrian Heroine who risked stormy and freezing seas to rescue shipwrecked sailors off the nearby coast. She is buried in St. Aidans Church in Bamburgh Village.
There is a golf course at Bamburgh which overlooks the North Sea and Budle Bay.
Bamburgh beach is one of the finest anywhere and very popular all year round, as is nearby Budle bay.
The village has a number of hotels, pubs and nearby are a number of caravan sites. Seahouses is just a short distance away with more accommodation.
The photos on these pages were taken around the village, beach and castle at Bamburgh.
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Bamburgh Beach and Castle on a perfect spring afternoon.
Bamburgh Beach and Castle on a warm, hazy summer evening.
A closer view of Bamburgh Castle.
Bamburgh Village and Castle.
Castle dominates the skyline as you