Discover a different coast where sloping sand dunes embrace mile upon mile of golden sands, a place where nature thrives.
So, it's no surprise that much of it is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). It offers one of the best places in Britain to see breeding grey seals. While each year around a million birds from across the globe migrate along its sandy shoreline.
Located between the coastal strip and the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty you’ll find the Lincolnshire Coastal Grazing Marshes. This nationally threatened habitat supports a diverse variety of wildlife and the distinctive wetland landscape is steeped in a rich cultural history.
The area is also home to the Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park where you can spend time exploring the natural landscape and wildlife. The best way to discover the area is on foot, using a clearly labelled network of footpaths and bridleways.
With a beautiful stretch of sandy, unspoilt beach, Anderby Creek is as delightful as the name suggest and amongst the sand dunes is the ‘Round and Round House’ designed for all-year round bird watching. This is also where you can take a seat at the Cloud Bar, the UK’s first purpose-built cloud viewing platform where you can sit back and enjoy the natural shapes of cloud formations as they drift across East Lincolnshire’s big skies.