Spurn

UK»England»Yorkshire»Spurn

Spurn: A narrow sand spit on the tip of the coast which stretches for three-and-a-half miles across the mouth of the River Humber. The mud flats are a feeding ground for wading birds, and the area has a bird observatory.

TypeOverall vote
Bird hide:Awaiting 5 votes
Walk:Awaiting 5 votes
Popularity rank: #6050
Within:
Yorkshire, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Spurn Point, Spurn Head

Nearby

  • All
  • Related
  • Same

Directions

How to get here

Car

From Hull:
Take the A1033 Withernsea road and take a right fork in Patrington on to the B1445, to Easington. From here unclassified roads lead to Kilnsea and Spurn.

Admission

Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

Comments

Post your opinion on this place

Questions

Ask your questions
StumbleUpon
Latest Questions:
Inspire Me
©2007-2014 Home | About | Errors | Omissions | Sitemap | Kudos | Help