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Coastal Contrasts

Oystercatchers at Teal Bay, by Tony SuettStretching 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!

Genteel Lytham St Annes, maintains the elegance of Victorian England, with the glorious garden lined seafront, home to the charming Victorian Pier, Bandstand and Promenade and many historic sites such as Lytham Hall and the famous Lytham Green Windmill.

Travel along the stunning coast northwards beyond Blackpool and Cleveleys and you will arrive at Fleetwood, a bustling harbour town with a rich marine heritage, best explored at the comprehensive Fleetwood Museum. Shop for bargains at the popular Fleetwood Freeport Village situated in the tranquil marina. Take a stroll along Morecambe's superb five mile long promenade and enjoy the unique and stunning views across Morecambe Bay to the hills of the Lake District. Relax and unwind, simply breathe in the fresh coastal air and enjoy a unique experience breathing in the fresh coastal air or experience the thrill of sailing in this unique natural playground.

    • Birdwatching along the Lancashire Coast

      Birdwatching along the Lancashire Coast

      The Wyre Estuary and the surrounding saltmarshes offer a unique and rich habitat for breeding birds.

    • Lancashire's Coastal Walks

      Lancashire's Coastal Walks

      The Coastal Way is a 137 mile footpath following the Lancashire coastline from Merseyside to Cumbria.

    • The Great Promenade Show

      The Great Promenade Show

      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.

    • The TERN Project, Morecambe

      The TERN Project, Morecambe

      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.

    • Blackpool

      Blackpool

      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.

    • Cleveleys

      Cleveleys

      Cleveleys sea wall design concept was created to reflect the waves, open vistas and curves all associated with the seaside. Walk along the promenade and enjoy its curves, sense of flow, tones and bands of colour.

    • Fleetwood

      Fleetwood

      The Victorian town of Fleetwood is nestled at the meeting point of the majestic River Wyre and the Irish Sea and with its long stretch of sandy beach, it’s a popular seaside destination for families.

    • Lytham St Annes

      Lytham St Annes

      Just three miles from the bright lights of Blackpool, Lytham St Annes is worlds’ apart in both character and atmosphere.

    • Morecambe Bay

      Morecambe Bay

      Morecambe Bay is the second largest bay in the UK, it covers an area of 310sqkm and consists mainly of intertidal sandflats and mudflats.

    • Ribble Coast and Wetlands

      Ribble Coast and Wetlands

      The Ribble Coast and Wetlands is one of the most important places for wildlife in Europe, so important that it has been recognised as a potential regional park.

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