Farne Islands map
The Farne Islands are off the shore of North Northumberland, between Bamburgh and
Seahouses. A sizable commercial harbour at Seahouses is the hub of task for day trips and pleasure ships that visit the countries hourly.
Several miles south of Seahouses may be the fishing town of Beadnell, where Farne Island Divers is run from.
Beadnell Bay is a well known watersports location, with many various people flocking to the location.
The small fishing town can be a favorite place for coast dives, with huge and complex stone formations extending into the ocean all across the coastline.
From Seahouses there clearly was ideal accessibility for regions of interest up and down the coast, from Lindisfarne to Craster.
The Farne isles, are not as much as quarter-hour away, with around 30 islands dependant on the wave, is a rather well-known location. Aided by the largest colony of Grey seals within the North Sea, and huge colony’s of Terns, Puffins, Guillemots, Shags, Eider Ducks and Kittiwakes, there is lots of wildlife to observe, depending upon the full time of year you might be seeing.