This wide, sandy beach makes a brilliant spot for walking and surfing. Traditional beach huts and the modern North Sea Observatory sit happily side by side giving great views in all directions. Perfect location for fishermen, dog walkers and beach lovers.
Wide-stretching, sandy beach with impressive views of the East Coast
Once part of a major coastal defence line during the Second World War, Chapel Point has been restored and developed into an ideal spot to enjoy Lincolnshire’s coast. This sandy beach stretches for miles in both directions and is home to traditional seaside beach huts and the spectacular North Sea Observatory, providing a welcoming atmosphere and great views in every direction.
Why not visit the observatory at the beginning or end (or both) of a bracing walk along the beach. The café is open every day and is noted for its early morning and evening events.
North Sea Observatory
This impressive modern structure is the UK’s only Marine Observatory and it is located at Chapel point. Inside the observatory is the Seascape Café, public toilets and art gallery. Offering spectacular views of the beach and sea.