Blast Beach, sounds intriguing right? A beach you’d have a blast on? Partially close! A scenic and infamous stretch of the Durham Coast has been used in globally famous films across the years and has undergone a major clean up. Read on to find out why you might recognise these shores.
Probably one of the most famous trees in the world, Sycamore Gap sits in a sharp dip in Hadrians Wall in Northumberland. The National Trust site was made popular by the 1991 film Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, it has become a top photo stop on the walk along the wall.