Open all year round
Gibraltar Point is a dynamic stretch of unspoilt coastline running southwards from the edge of Skegness to the mouth of the Wash.
Known for its impressive views and sheer scale and diversity of wildlife, Gibraltar Point is worth visiting in different seasons to fully appreciate its landscape.
With a huge variety of bird life, you can expect to see little terns and skylarks appearing in summer, and impressive, whirling flocks of waders at high tide during autumn, with winter visitors including brent geese, snow bunting and whooper swans.
The spectacular new Gibraltar Point Visitor Centre has been designed to make the most of the nature reserve's stunning views, with expansive windows facing the dunes and sea, plus a rooftop viewing deck!
You’ll find the Visitor Centre stocked full of wildlife-themed homewares and gifts, as well as Opticron binoculars. The café also offers a wide range of delicious dishes, and hot drinks to warm you up after a brisk walk along this Lincolnshire coast.
Most paths around the reserve including a number of bird hides are accessible for wheelchairs, pushchairs and mobility scooters, and benefit from hard-surfacing. The Visitor Centre and cafe also have ramp access and disabled toilet facilities.