Anderby Creek is a tranquil hamlet between Skegness and Chapel St. Leonards in Lincolnshire. It’s known for the serene sandy beach that stretches along its coastline, a beautiful spot to visit all year round. It’s a tiny place with just a few houses, a shop and a village pub. The entire hamlet is built around the end of a creek
Chapel St Leonards is a village in Lincolnshire between two popular beach resorts, Skegness and Mablethorpe. It’s on the coast and has miles of unspoiled golden sandy beach to enjoy. There are a couple of excellent visitor attractions for nature lovers too. If you’re looking for a location that is tranquil, away from the busy crowds, then Chapel St Leonards
Cleethorpes is a busy seaside town that sits on the estuary of the River Humber. It rose in popularity as a holiday destination during the 1800s and continues to be popular with tourists looking for a seaside resort. There’s plenty to do both on the beach or in the town, so you won’t ever be bored. History Humans have occupied
A beautiful town on the southern estuary of the River Humber, Barton-Upon-Humber, has a lot to offer visitors. The entire town is steeped in history, so if you want to visit a place that’ll make you feel you’re stepping back in time, this is worth a look. It’s also the beginning point for the Viking Way under the impressive Humber
Like many of the coastal towns and villages in Lincolnshire, Saltfleet has a beautiful beach. This vast and sandy beach is a tranquil place to avoid the crowds in the more busy tourist resorts like Skegness and Cleethorpes. If you’re looking for a quiet day away from other visitors, this unspoiled place is the location for you. Located just eight
Winthorpe is a coastal village in Lincolnshire just north of Skegness, making it a quieter place to stay where you can still access all the facilities and activities of Skegness. There’s an award-winning beach nearby, as well as a theme park and several holiday resorts to stay in. Winthorpe was a small historical parish with a Grade 1 listed building,
This quiet town lies south of the busier resort at Mablethorpe. It’s an excellent tranquil location for a perfect getaway. The quaint town has been a regular spot for tourists since the Victorian era. It remains a popular destination for people who want all the benefits of the seaside without the business associated with the large resort towns like Skegness.
They say swans mate for life & I hope if we are ever in a crowd like this you find me, with your eyes closed, hands outstretched — like wings, like feathers, to catch my fall. by Kristiana Reed Photo: Abbotsbury Swannery – GBC
When people in the UK think of golden beaches they tend to think of the sunny south coast. But Lincolnshire has a lot to offer people too, from beautiful natural coastlines to traditional seaside resorts, there is something for everyone. Several beaches in Lincolnshire were awarded Blue Flag status in 2019, recognised publicly for their high-quality sands, excellent facilities, cleanliness,
The golden Blue Flag beach along the coast defines Mablethorpe. Tourists flock to the sands from all over the UK, but there’s a lot more to see in Mablethorpe than just the beach. There’s also a seal rescue sanctuary and wildlife centre, a fairground, crazy golf and an aqua park nearby. This location will be a favourite for the family
Grimsby isn’t one of the top tourist places people think about when making a trip to the UK, but it’s a thriving port town that’s worth a visit. It has been populated since the 9th century and has Viking roots. The town also has ties back to the Second World War. Over the centuries, it’s been an industrious town, and
Skegness is a coastal town in Lincolnshire built around tourism. It was a small fishing village until the late 1800s when seaside resorts became a popular holiday destination in the UK. Nowadays, there’s plenty to do still as the town continues to see thousands of tourists annually. Skegness is a wonderful location to soak up the quintessential British seaside town.