St Abb's Head National Nature Reserve
Things to do in Eyemouth Scottish Borders
Visitor-Attractions in Scotland
Formed by an extinct volcano, St Abb’s Head is the best known landmark along the Berwickshire coast. Home to thousands of nesting seabirds in summer, it is also home to a wide range of other wildlife. A new remote camera facility allows visitors to the Nature Reserve Centre to eavesdrop on the nesting birds.
National Trust for Scotland
Situation – OS ref: NT 914673
How to get there:
By car: Turn east off the A1107 Eyemouth to Coldingham road, at Coldingham, onto the B6438. Well signposted before St Abbs village. Car parking.
By public transport:
Regular bus service from Berwick via Eyemouth and Coldingham.
Seasonal opening details (2011):
Nature Reserve and toilets all year.
Nature Reserve Centre – 2nd April to 31st October.
Daily 10am to 5pm.
Toilets & disabled access
Car parking £2
(N.B. The Parking at the Lighthouse is reserved for Disabled Parking)
Tearoom (nor run by the Trust).
Free to Members
Tel: 018907 71443
Next to our exciting new exhibition, there's a coffee shop, an art gallery and a textiles shop
Groups by appointment only.
Web link: (where appropriate):
Places to stay nearby:
Local towns and villages:
Berwick upon Tweed