Sutton-On-Sea

A small traditional coastal village with an excellent sandy beach. Ideal for families and great for swimming. Lifeguard cover June to September.

Parking Nearby

Dog Friendly

Disability Access

Viewing Point

Access Point Address: Sutton on Sea LN12 2ET 

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What is Nearby

Use one of our circular walks to discover the heritage of the area. Perhaps a medieval church, an old railway line, a drainage museum or a windmill. Visit one of the towns on market day for extra buzz and the chance to buy some local produce.

Fun with the Kids

Children don’t need to be told how to enjoy a beach, they just do! But we can heartily recommend the events programme throughout the year, particularly those put on by Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and RSPB where you can learn a skill while having fun.

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Walkways & Pathways

We are working on improving our routes for walkers and cyclists. Work is on-going on the National Coastal Path and our circular downloadable walks are very popular. Old railway lines make great routes, try the nearby Sutton Branch Line Walkway or go inland to Spa Trail that connects Horncastle and Woodhall Spa or Water Rail Way between Lincoln and Boston.

Food

We think a good picnic is a vital addition to your day on Lincolnshire’s Natural Coast. Local chef Rachel Green has shared some beach friendly recipes with us that can only improve your day!

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Wildlife in Lincolnshire

Visitors to Lincolnshire’s Natural Coast include seals, huge flocks of birds, some of whom will breed here, others will just stop to refuel as part of their long annual migrations. Look out to see for possible sightings of harbour porpoises.

Mapping & Directions

North Sea Observatory

Bird Watching

Beach Picnics