the natural coast
look out points
With over 50 miles of coastline, Lincolnshire’s Natural Coast is one of the most popular destinations for migrating birds in the UK.
Thanks to two modern purpose built look-out points, there are great opportunities to take it all in. Binoculars are available and the chance to view, even from a comfy chair whilst having a cup of tea.
North Sea Observatory
Thanks to its huge windows the café has the biggest of sea views and the opportunity to enjoy local produce too! This spectacular building at Chapel Point is open all year round. The marine observatory includes exhibitions on the local area, an art space, café, public toilets and car park.
The Gibraltar Point Visitor Centre is run and managed by the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust. The look-out point lets us watch over the dynamic stretch of unspoilt coastline running southwards. This point is known for its impressive views and sheer scale and diversity of wildlife.