RSPB Bempton Cliffs nature reserve runs along 120-metre high chalk cliffs, offering stunning views of the Yorkshire coast. Gannets, puffins, kittiwakes, fulmars, razorbills, guillemots, herring gulls and shags.
Each summer, thousands of these amazing seabirds pile onto the ledges and terraces of Bempton’s impressive cliffs. It’s an awesome sight. From the cliff-edge viewpoints, you can experience close views of the birds as they find a mate and raise their chicks. Our viewpoint team is on hand to point out what’s happening where. When the seabirds head for their winter feeding grounds, the quiet calm of the reserve makes it the perfect place for a winter walk. Bempton Cliffs is a special place: a paradise for photographers, inspiration for artists and perfect for anyone – young or old – who loves nature.