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  1. less than 1 mile
  2. Aberlady

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    Aberlady

    Aberlady is a pretty village on the East Lothian coast.

  3. less than 5 miles
  4. Gullane

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    Gullane

  5. Gullane Bents

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    Gullane

    Gullane Bents is a glorious blue flag sandy beach from which there are extensive views of the Firth of Forth.

  6. Longniddry

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    Longniddry

    The village of Longniddry lies on the East Lothian coast twelve miles east of Edinburgh.

  7. Dirleton

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    Dirleton

    Dirleton is a genteel hamlet two miles east of Gullane in East Lothian with a village green and a romantic 13th-century ruined castle.

  8. Longniddry No 1

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    Longniddry

    A wild and undisturbed beach Seton Sands has a mix of both sand and rocks to guddle about in providing an ideal location for family day trips.

  9. Port Seton

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    Port Seton

    Port Seton is a resort on the Firth of Forth east of Edinburgh.

  10. Longniddry Gosford

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    Longniddry

    This long sandy and rocky blue flag beach is accessed easily from the road and car park.

  11. less than 10 miles
  12. Seacliff Beach

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    North Berwick

    Not far from North Berwick lies the hidden gem of Seacliff Beach, which is ideal if you want to avoid the crowds.

  13. 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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