Marine Embankment Beach
The Cleethorpes Marine Embankment Beach is a wild and beautiful Special Site of Scientific Interest (SSSI) beach that consist of large areas of reed beds, more commonly used for nesting birds and breeding grounds for various types of wildlife and fish.
Beyond the reed beds is a large open expanse of golden, sandy beach where people can take a stroll, walk their dog, or ride horses. As a tidal estuary, visitors should always check tide times, and be aware of fast incoming tides.
The beach has numerous access points on foot, and has a foot trail and cycle track that run the full length of the beach, including the Greenwich Meridian line which runs from the North Pole to the South Pole separating the eastern and western hemispheres. There are 3 car parks located at either end of the beach and one in the middle.
Visitors can enjoy the Discovery Centre (Cleethorpes Tap House and Kitchen) and the adjoining boating lake to take in the views of the Humber Estuary from the ABP Observatory, have a coffee and cake in the café or a stone baked pizza from the Tap House and Kitchen or simply to feed the ducks.