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Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve, Skegness

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.4/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
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  • A must for nature lovers and walkers. Beautiful place what ever the time of year and the newly built visitors centre, brilliant. 
  • Lovely place to go for a walk. The area is unspoilt and the is a cafe and visitors centre where you can enjoy the view. The only downside for me would be the lack of bins..especially considering they ...  read more »
  • Big sky, wide horizon and lots of wide open spaces. Excellent walks around the reserve and great places to stop, relax and watch nature as it should be. Sadly we just missed the cafe opening by 15 min...  read more »
  • Went on the warmest day so far on 2016 28'c, we had an ice cream and a drink from the rather swanky new visitor centre. The staff were pleasant and polite. Parking seemed semi reasonable and busy, toilets were clean. We shall return.
  • Lovely wild space. We visited in the autumn - plenty of migrating birds, beautiful scenery, level walks.
  • We have visited Gibraltar Point many times during the season, this was during a visit in early June. We fully understand the difficulties regarding the flood damage but the portable toilets are a disgrace they were dirty and had not been cleaned for some time, offensive too as it was a hot day. How could families with children use such a dirty facility. We also paid 99p for a small bag of crisps which we felt was rather excessive.......Love the place but do think the toilets should be kept clean otherwise people will be put off going again if the new centre is not open until late 2016.
  • Great views and peaceful
  • I just love it there and when it's got the new visitors centre up and running it will have to be a five star place for me. You do have to choose the days when to be there in winter as it can be bitterly cold and windy. But choose a decent day and it's so relaxing and so peaceful. It's never crowded with people because it's not usually visited unless you're interested in birds or a nice walk. But it desperately needs the new visitors centre open with some decent amenities as soon as possible.
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