The Durham Coast is well known for its spectacular wildflowers. Some of the fields at Blast Beach are among the best places to enjoy them, with plants like bloody cranesbill, dyer’s greenweed and devil’s-bit scabious creating a riot of colour in the summer. The patches of scrub that intersperse the grassland provide shelter for birds like grasshopper warblers. Listen out for their insect-like song.
There’s plenty of free parking at Nose’s Point to the south of Seaham. From here, a fully accessible path runs across the property. Please note, the path is steep and uneven in places.
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