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During the summer there are donkeys on the beach at St Annes and Blackpool (check in advance as they are entitled to one day off a week!) and Fleetwood beach is a good place for budding crabbers.
For a real traditional vibe pack a picnic, grab your kite, and hire an award winning beach hut for the day at St Annes.
Fleetwood’s three lighthouses - Pharos and Beach Lighthouses, both opened in 1840 and are still fully operational and easy to spot, however you may struggle to spot the third, Wyre Light.
Built offshore where the Irish Sea meets the estuary of the River Wyre, Wyre Light was the first screw pile lighthouse to be built and lit in Britain.
Stretching from the Lune Estuary at Glasson Dock to the Kent Estuary at Arnside, the spectacular coastline of Lancashire provides surprising contrasts. From stunning sunsets, dramatic landscapes and glorious views, to seaside towns, fish and chips and harbours steeped in maritime history, Lancashire quite simply has it all!
Lancashire has a stunning coastline and prime sandcastle sand can be found on the beaches at St Annes, Blackpool, Cleveleys, Fleetwood and Morecambe.
Enjoy a day by the sea with the award winning St Annes Beach Huts! The perfect day out for the whole family. Book yours online today.
The Coastal Way is a 137 mile footpath following the Lancashire coastline from Merseyside to Cumbria.
The Wyre Estuary and the surrounding saltmarshes offer a unique and rich habitat for breeding birds.
Enjoy great food in some of Lancashire's beautiful landscapes such as parks, beaches, gardens and countryside such as the Forest of Bowland AONB and Pendle Hill.
A delicious treat that the whole family can enjoy. Here in Lancashire we are very lucky to be home to lots of amazing dairy farms giving us access to lots and lots of ice cream!
Blackpool is Britain’s most popular seaside holiday destination, which comes as no surprise when you think about this resort’s huge range of year-round attractions.
Stunning wildlife displays, a beautifully flat coast line with amazing views and a rich maritime and agricultural history, make Fleetwood and Cleveleys a great area to explore with your camera.
Just three miles from the bright lights of Blackpool, Lytham St Annes is worlds’ apart in both character and atmosphere.
The headlands of Morecambe Bay offer spectacular, seascape views; the hardy and adventurous can experience a guided walk across the sands, taking in the wide-open vistas across the tidal sand and mud flats towards the Lake District and the Bowland Fells.
The Great Promenade Show in Blackpool is an outdoor exhibition including ten features comissioned from established and emerging artists, which stretches for two kilometres along the New South Promenade from Squires gate to the Sandcastle Waterpark.
After years of being battered by the elements, Morecambe was given a huge face lift, and a collection of unique artworks were incorporated along the new promenade.
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