Northumberland is in the far northeast of England. The border runs roughly south-east to north-west so that the north tip of Northumberland is north of much of the Dumfries and Galloway area and some of the Borders area in Scotland.
The Cheviots are England's most northerly mountains, being a continuation of the Pennine Chain, the southern end of which is in Derbyshire. The Northumbrian coast is very attractive, made more so by historic Lindisfarne, first home of the Celtic Church in England and the Farne Islands, home to countless seals and sea birds.
These two are so closely linked that Newcastle and Gateshead sights are best considered together.
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