The headland at the southern most tip of Shetland combines cliffs that host a breeding colony of more than 10,000 seabirds, including gannets, kittiwakes, puffins and shags, with sea-cliff grassland with breeding birds such as wheatear and oystercatcher. Also a good site for viewing cetaceans. Nature trails and interpretative panels available, and disabled parking available at the lighthouse to enable easier viewing of the cliffs.

Sumburgh, Mainland Shetland.