Seaton Cliffs has spectacular red sandstone cliffs with numerous sea caves, stacks, blowholes and arches. The cliffs support a mosaic of habitats, including coastal grassland, sand dunes and woodland.
Plants, such as thrift, sea campion and six species of vetch, thrive in these conditions, and over 300 species of invertebrates are attracted to the wildflowers.
The Angus Coastal Path goes through the reserve.
Seaton Cliffs lie 1.25 miles from the centre of Arbroath at the end of the promenade. From Arbroath, drive out along the harbour road, through Victoria Park, to the far end of the promenade. Park here near the public toilets.
Follow the footpath from Victoria Park esplanade to access the reserve.
Take care on the cliffs as they are dangerous, particularly when conditions are slippery. Please keep to the footpath both for safety reasons and to prevent erosion.
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