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St Abbs Head National Nature Reserve, St Abbs

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  • We took our 2 children (ages 5 and 6) for the circular walk from the St Abbs car park - it took us about 90 mins to get up to the lighthouse then another 60 mins to drop back down again. Steep in plac...  more »
  • Had a fabulous walk from here - the views are spectacular. The car park if you're not a NT member is only £3 for the full day - there are toilets provided and there is a great cafe too. Plenty of sea ...  more »
  • St Abbs Head Nature Reserve is a fantastic coastal walk with amazing views. I ẃas not brave enough to go too close to the cliff edges but still enjoyed the magnificent scenery across to East Lothian a...  more »
  • Stunning views along the coastal part of the path - not great if you suffer with vertigo though, due to some of the paths being on the edge of very high cliffs!
  • Huge numbers of seabirds, dolphins, porpoises and the rare Northern Brown Argus butterfly. What's not to love.
  • One of the nicest parts of the Scottish coastline. Completely different to the west coast, more "rolling" than "rugged". Excellent walks, friendly people and a car park nearby. Well worth a day out to visit.
  • Always loved this area, coastal walks, can be a little steep in places but manageable, views over land and sea are stunning, make sure you have a camera or binoculars to take full advantage of your experience here,Scottish nature at its best
  • This is a delightful secluded and atmospheric village built around a small bay. There are cafés and lots of options for exploring the streets and coastal paths. The St Abbs Head area is stunning: wildflowers, sea birds, cliffs and bays. Highly recommended.