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Scottish Borders region is a large county but with a short stretch of coastline, from the English border at Lamberton Beach just north of Berwick-upon-Tweed to Cockburnspath.

Eyemouth is the largest town in the old county of Berwickshire, has been a fishing port since the 13th century, and is still a busy harbour today with fishing, diving and leisure craft. To the south is Eyemouth Golf Club, whose sixth was voted ‘Britain’s most extraordinary golf hole‘ as it crosses a coastal inlet.

The area’s best beach is at Coldingham Bay, where there are the ruins of an 11th century Benedictine Priory which was damaged during border raids in 1216 and 1544. It was eventually destroyed by Cromwell’s troops in 1648. The parish church has been built in to the ruins.

The little harbour town of St Abbs is built on a rocky bay and has become popular with divers, who dive from both boats and rocks. The rugged cliffs of St Abb’s Head rise to 300 feet just north of the town. The rocky coastline here has been a the graveyard of many ships, and the caves below the cliffs attracted smugglers in the eighteenth century. A little further north the ruined Fast Castle was described by Sir Walter Scott as ’Wolf’s Crag’ in ‘The Bride of Lammermoor’ .

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Cove to Pease Bay
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Eyemouth
Eyemouth
Eyemouth has been a fishing port since the 13th century, and fish is traded early each morning at the new fishmarket. As well as the harbour, Eyemouth also boasts a sandy beach
 
St Abbs
St Abbs
The sea around St. Abbs with its crystal clear water is a well-known scuba diving area. The adjacent headland with its towering cliffs is a noted National Trust Nature Reserve boasting a wide variety of bird life.


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