Much of Lincolnshire's fifty miles of coastline is a wild and unspoilt haven for nature with a rich variety of reserves, sanctuaries and long sandy beaches to enjoy.
These are some of Lincolnshire greatest natural assets offering visitors a peaceful respite off the beaten track.
Visit the natural side of Lincolnshire's coast and discover areas of stunning scenery: wild salt marshes, rugged sand dunes, pebbly shores and crashing waves.
There's hundreds of species that thrive here in their natural habitats - from ospreys, badgers, rare birds, hares, seals and even sharks. A pair of binoculars is a must!
Perfect for a bracing walk, a quiet fish-and-chip picnic for two or a day spent away from it all, the natural Lincolnshire coast lends a welcome respite for visitors seeking solitude and serenity.
Read more about Lincolnshire's nature reserves
Find out more about Lincolnshire's wildlife sanctuaries