Southwick Coast is a stretch of coastline with wooded cliffs and extensive saltmarsh. A viewpoint in the meadow provides breathtaking views over Mersehead and the Solway. A path leads through the Needle's Eye, a natural wave-cut arch, to the saltmarsh.
Fascinating woodland, Great views over the Solway, Good birdlife, Amazing geology
Best time to visit?
Apr to Sep for butterflies, May to Jul for rare plants, Oct to Mar for wildfowl,
In summer, wildflowers flourish in the meadow, attracting butterflies, and during winter, large numbers of greylag, pink-footed and barnacle geese arrive.