The biggest of skies and the widest of beaches, on Lincolnshire’s Natural Coast kick off your shoes and with the wind in your hair, explore and unwind. Walking, cycling, bird watching or just soak up the wide open spaces.
Down the length of Lincolnshire’s coastline there are nature reserves large and small, all with parking and well sign-posted. Some are of international importance and all are worth a visit as they attract different birds or plant life and some are particularly attractive to seals.
Paddling, picnics, sandcastles, beach cricket and kite flying, Lincolnshire’s beaches are perfect for building childhood memories. Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and RSPB both have a programme of organised kids activities all year. Pond dipping, bug hunting, treasure trails and explorer kits. Get closer to nature and have fun too.
Walking & Cycling
No instruction needed for a beach walk, just decisions to make on which direction? Shoes on or off? Paddle or not to paddle? But the coastal access points are the start point of circular walks, including grazing marsh, dunes, farm footpaths or disused railway lines. Great cycling country too.
Recipes for Beach Picnics
Lincolnshire is a great agricultural county and food is never far from our minds! No doubt that sea air creates an appetite so we thought some picnic friendly recipes using local produce from chef Rachel Green will add to your day on the beach.