See & Do

See & Do

Take it all in

Nobody needs telling what to do on the beach and these big skies and wide, clean, safe sandy expanses are just waiting to be discovered. Lincolnshire’s Natural Coast highlights the great spots for bird watching and where best to discover some fascinating wildlife and plant life.

Plantlife

Sealife

Wildlife

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Nature Reserves

As well as the beautiful open coastline, in walkable distance from most of the beaches is a number of Nature Reserves. Find out the best of where you can walk, explore and learn about the local wildlife.

Kids Activities

The Natural Coast has something to do for the family any time of the year which is totally free! Discover more and be inspired by what you can see, do and learn all on the coast.

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Walking & Cycling

Lincolnshire offers many walking routes and trails in the city, countryside and by the coast with plenty of options to suit your walking style or cycling ability. Find out what walks and cycling paths you could journey to take in the best-of from Lincolnshire’s Natural Coast.

What's Nearby

Tempting to just stay on the beach but we’d like to put a word in for finding time to go inland and visit some lovely village pubs and historic market towns. Or add variety to your walks or cycle rides by covering the coastal grazing marshes and the Lincolnshire Wolds.

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Birdwatching

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

Look Out Points

Lincolnshire’s Natural Coast hosts two fantastic observatories. With huge windows and breathtaking views of the sea. Whether visiting Chapel Point or Gibraltar point, these look-out points are a great way to begin or end a bracing walk with a drink and comfy seat in the cafe.

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North Sea Observatory

Bird Watching

Beach Picnics