We all know about the iconic beauty spot Spurn Point, but there is a beautiful beach closed by which many people will miss.
Kilnsea is the hamlet just before the Spurn and is home to its own wetlands nature reserve.
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There is also some beautiful coastline which provides a more serene walk than other more popular areas such as Hornsea, Withernsea and Bridlington.
And the beach has had rave reviews on TripAdvisor.
Unspoilt beaches span from Spurn, past Kilnsea and into Easington. There is the Sandy Beaches caravan park nearby which means it might be a little busier in the summer.
But, at this time of year, the beach will be gloriously quiet for an autumn walk. There are toilets at the reserve site alongside a car park where charges may apply.
People have taken to TripAdvisor to praise the beauty of the beach and the amazing wildlife you can spot.
Andy O said: “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.”
Keith B loves the ever-changing scenery. He said: “Clearly popular with both walkers and dog walkers but it’s still long enough to always look sparsely populated.
“Either side is the North Sea and 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!”
2014Jandy was impressed with their visit to the area.
They said: “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.”
Judy P believes the beach has more to offer than just a wildlife spectacle.
She said: “Most go here to watch birds but the beach itself is stunning - 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.”
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How to get there: From Hull, head on to Hedon Road and carry on down through Thorngumbald, Keyingham. At Patrington, turn down Market Place on the B1445 which will take you to Easington and then follow the signs to Kilnsea.
Parking: there is a car park and some on road parking.
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