This is Yorkshire’s ‘lands end’, and a visit to Hull wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Spurn Point. Find out more about Spurn Point here.
Carved by the North Sea, the 3.5 miles of sand dunes stretching far into the estuary allow for fantastic wilderness-like walks, with stories from an amazing history hidden in every corner. The 130ft high Spurn Lighthouse can now be explored once again after a full renovation, with the all-round views at the top well worth the adventure. Cross the tidal breach at low-tide, or discover Spurn in a regular 4x4 ‘safari’. Autumn and spring sees a flurry of wildlife action as the area becomes a mecca for migrating birds and insects, celebrated in September’s annual ‘MigFest’ event.