Seacliff Beach is a hidden beach located near North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland. The private beach is widely unspoilt and attracts surfers, dog walkers. It is also a good spot for picnics. In the area a small harbor can be discovered. The beach rules a strategic position at the mouth of Firth of Forth. The entry for cars is supervised by a coin-operated gate. The sea cliff harbor is a sheltered place which can be accessed via a narrow channel, all blasted out of the red sandstone cliffs. It is the smallest harbor in Britain, its entrance measuring only three metres.