Aberlady Nature Reserve
Aberlady Bay was designated Britain’s first Nature Reserve in 1952 and is a haven for birdwatcher’s and walkers alike. Deer are often to be found running through the dunes. Miles of golden sands are reached by crossing the wooden foot bridge and following the paths to the beach where seals are sometimes spotted. This is a great spot for a swim – though the water can be a little on the chilly side!