North Northumberland is packed with vibrant villages and exciting things to do.
Once home to the Anglo-Saxon kings of Northumbria, the north of our county is a stunning mix of history and natural beauty.
Much of the area's past has been lost in time, a few clues to those ancient civilisations can be found in the mysterious rock art that dots the northern part of the county. There is also Yeavering Bell, a hill fort built by ancient people on the edge of the Cheviot Hills.
If you're a keen birdwatcher, head to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne where you'll see a variety of rare bird life including the Marsh Harrier and Osprey and there is also the majestic sight of grey seals that inhabit the Farne Islands.
North Northumberland's beaches are a joy, long golden stretches of sand which make for fantastic walks, runs and even the odd horse ride.
Further up the coast you'll find the historic town of Berwick-upon-Tweed where you can walk the Elizabethan town walls, designed to keep out the invading Scots, and take in the stunning views across the Tweed Estuary.