Saltfleet

Unspoilt sandy beach backed by sand dunes. The beach is a truly vast expanse and the tide never seems to fully come in here and at low tide it can be a good walk to the sea. Rarely busy even at the height of the season. Managed by Natural England in partnership with Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.

40 Parking Spaces

Dog Friendly

Disability Access

Viewing Point

Access Point Address:
Howdens Pullover, Skidbrooke North End LN11 7DF 
Sea Lane, Saltfleet LN11 7RP 
Sea Lane, Theddlethorpe all Saints LN11 7SD 
Saltfleet Haven, Saltfleet LN11 7SF 
Rimac, Saltfleetby St Clement LN11 7TS 
Brickyard Lane, Theddlethorpe St Helen LN12 1NR 
Crook Bank, Theddlethorpe St. Helen LN12 1NP 

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Birdwatching

Lincolnshire’s Natural Coast is home to thousands of birds nesting, migrating and gathering on the sand dunes, marshes and beaches. There’s plenty to spot, whatever the weather, whatever the season.

Food Inspiration

Fish and chips or treat yourself to a homemade, heart warming picnic whilst you’re visiting. We’ve put together some seasonal recipes inspired by Rachel Green, a local chef. Easy to make and very tasty!

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kids beach

Kids Activities

Free in every sense, the Natural Coast can entertain the family whatever the season. Lots to see, do and learn on the coast.

Plantlife

Lincolnshire’s Natural Coast is one of the best places to see wild orchids – marsh, bee and pyramidal, which are in flower June and July. But there are also many salt loving plants that thrive in this environment.

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Saltfleetby Theddlethorpe National Nature Reserve

This reserve is a very special place and home to a wealth of plants, birds and insects. You may also see water voles and natterjack toads as there are healthy populations here

Mapping & Directions

North Sea Observatory

Bird Watching

Beach Picnics