Eyemouth Beach is located in the Scottish Borders and is surrounded by the black rocks of the bay to the west and the harbour walls to the east. The beach is perfect for catching crabs and starfishes and gives safe surf, although in summer it tends to be mostly flat. There is a catching coastal track running from the fishing village of St. Abbs by the cliff tops. Great views of the beach can be seen from the routes that surround the coastline. Although it is sheltered by the Hurkur Rocks, storms sometimes produce high waves and hurl high plumes of spume into the air above the sea wall.