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  1. less than 5 miles
  2. Dunbar

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    Dunbar

    Dunbar is a pleasant coastal town in East Lothian.

  3. Innerwick

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    Innerwick

    The village of Innerwick lies four miles south-east of Dunbar on the North Sea coast of East Lothian.

  4. Dunglass Beach

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    Dunbar

    Dunglass Beach is a rocky beach situated at the seaward end of a steep river valley which carries Dunglass burn to the sea.

  5. Belhaven Bay

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    Dunbar

    Belhaven Bay is a glorious, extensive blue flag beach within the John Muir Country Park.

  6. Stenton

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    Stenton

    'The stone town' of Stenton is a farming village south-west of Dunbar in East Lothian.

  7. less than 10 miles
  8. Cockburnspath

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    Cockburnspath

    A coastal village which is popular with surfers and walkers thanks to the nearby beaches and coastal walks.

  9. Pease Bay Beach

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    Dunbar

    With its vast beach and spectacular seascape Pease Bay is an excellent base to explore everything the area of Dunbar has to offer.

  10. East Linton

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    East Linton

    East Linton is a small country town between Haddington and Dunbar in East Lothian.

  11. Whitekirk

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    Whitekirk

    Near Whitekirk is the dramatic Tantallon Castle.

  12. Tyninghame

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    Tyninghame

    Tyninghame village was burned by the Danes in AD 941, and demolished in 1761 to make room for a bigger garden for the earls of Haddington's residence, Tyninghame House.

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