Covering approximately 33 hectares (81 acres) this shingle spit on the southern tip of Suffolk's stunning coastline offers a variety of flora and fauna. Unusual and rare plants, migrating birds, military history and huge ships arriving and departing at Britain's busiest container port.
The Nature Reserve is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to the rarity of vegetated shingle habitat, and a Scheduled Ancient Monument because of the historic military significance of the sites fortifications spanning over the past 400 years.
- Enjoy a cycle ride along Route 51 (part of the National Cycle Network).
- Don't miss a stroll on the boardwalk
- Climb up our mini mountains – the man-made 'Butts' which offer great seashore views.
- Bring your binoculars to spot rare and resident birdlife.
- Go beachcombing
- Special events, guided tours and children's activities
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.
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