This eight mile long chalk headland is marked by the Flamborough lighthouse which towers over 80 feet high above the sea. You can take a 20 minute tour from here which sees you clambering up the 119 twisting steps of the lighthouse to see the jaw dropping views from the Lantern Room.
The Headland its self has been designated as a Special Area of Conservation with over 180 habitat types and 788 species living within it. It attracts many migrant birds in autumn with Northern Gannets and Atlantic Puffins breeding abundantly. The cliff top walk is a twitchers paradise; look out for oyster catchers, gulls, eider ducks and cormorants.
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