Kilnsea Beach

Kilnsea Beach: Tickets, Tours, Address, Kilnsea Beach Reviews: 5/5

Kilnsea Beach
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Jill H
Nottingham, UK55 contributions
A wild and remote coastline
Nov 2021
A lonely walk through sand dunes next to the pounding waves of the North Sea, with tangible evidence of the erosion taking place on the Holderness coast and the force of the sea. The vastness of the landscape and the unspoilt peace is reminiscent of the north coast of Scotland. Brackish lagoons just north of Kilnsea were teeming with bird life as the sun went down. An amazing experience.
Written November 16, 2021
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Andy O
119 contributions
Fabulous beach
Sep 2020 • Couples
Fabulous location miles from anywhere. Main visitors were “birders”. The beach is huge with great views along the coast. Access is fairly easy even for my disabled partner though there is no actual ramp. Free parking and an excellent clean loo block
Written September 5, 2020
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Keith B
Coventry, UK710 contributions
Popular walk. Amazing Spacey landscapes.
Sep 2019
Clearly popular with both Walkers & dog walkers it’s still long enough to always look sparsely populated. Either side us is the North Sea & the Humber Estuary. Tidal moves leave huge mid flats with hundreds of seabirds taking advantage. Or watch for the rapid sea moving in to cover them. A must see!
Written September 23, 2019
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FluffyTBear
Kingston-upon-Hull, UK80 contributions
Wild and stunning, but............
Nov 2018 • Couples
We’ve been coming here for a very long time. You are treated to vast skies, wild seascapes and a variety of wildlife if you are lucky. Out of the summer season it’s a perfect place to enjoy the open spaces and fresh air without anyone else around except the odd fisherman and a few like minded people.
The ‘but’? The free car park, which I assumed was looked after by the local authority has now become a pay and display for the benefit of the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. The charge on a November afternoon was £4. Naturally I parked on the road. This is a total rip off. I might have paid £1 for the convenience but this charge is excessive. Luckily it was quiet and there was room on the road but I can see problems when there is more traffic as the road is narrow.
Written November 8, 2018
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Dianne L
8 contributions
Pre moving visit
Oct 2018
A lovely windy day with the sea at its best, or worst! Bracing! We drove around the area, and took pictures and a video of the waves.
Written November 6, 2018
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2014Jandy
Nottingham, UK6,587 contributions
Interesting Beach
May 2018 • Couples
We visited KIlnsea Beach on the way to Spurn Point. There is a small busy car park with public toilets that were clean and well looked after.
The beach itself is really interesting as there are many large blocks of concrete along the way that have eroded from the land and sit in the sea. The beach is mainly sand and was busy when we visited. Even saw a seal while we were there.
Written May 25, 2018
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Judy P
Oxfordshire, UK63 contributions
Beautiful wild landscape
Oct 2017
Most go here to watch birds but the beach itself is stunnng - mile upon mile of sand and great for swimming. The facilities are minimal and it’s a long trek off the beaten track but don’t let that deter you.
Written December 23, 2017
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Alec W
York, United Kingdom2 contributions
Place to visit
Sep 2017 • Couples
Good car park, toilets open and clean. Beach is a must to walk with plenty of fresh air. Great walks on cliff tops and public footpaths. Plenty of wildlife. Visit caravan park cafe for food and drinks.
Written September 30, 2017
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foffle089
Leeds, UK116 contributions
Peaceful Atmospheric
Jun 2017 • Solo
Just go ! It's very special and very close to the big cities of Yorkshire . Peaceful, history,adventure,nature ,Sea
Written July 1, 2017
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Karan B
Kingston-upon-Hull, UK113 contributions
Perfect when tide is out
Apr 2017 • Couples
We often go to this beach. It's big when tide is out. Brilliant for our border collie that loves to run massive circles. She loves to run into the sea and chase stones. We can't take her toys as she dumps them in the water. Gone forever.. we have spent many hours walking up and down the beach. There are a lot of old ww2 buildings scattered on the beach victims to the corrosion. The cliff top we walk on last year has also disappeared due to corrosion.
Written April 19, 2017
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