The ancient Royal Burgh of North Berwick is richly served with many natural features. On the landward side the Lammermuir Hills and the volcanic outcrop of North Berwick Law provide a stunning backdrop to the long sweeping beaches, sheltered bays and dramatic cliffs on the coastline.
Offshore, the cliffs of the Bass Rock house one of the most important seabird colonies in Europe and during the summer months boat trips from North Berwick harbour circle the rock. The Scottish Seabird Centre is set in a stunning location overlooking the sea and the islands of the Firth of Forth from where, with the aid of live interactive cameras, you can see the wildlife in their natural habitat. Gannets and Puffins abound.
The town of North Berwick is of outstanding character with it's historic buildings, bustling High Street and picturesque harbour. In the immeditate surrounding area which is noted for its championship golf courses, you can go back into Scottish history at Tantallon and Dirleton Castles or go supersonic at the Museum of flight with 'The Concorde Experience'.
A visit to the town of North Berwick will complete a Champion Scottish Day Out at the North Berwick Highland Games.
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