Top 10 Lancashire Beaches
Here are The UK Beach Guides top 10 Lancashire beaches. Our rating is based on two factors, the first is the amount each page is viewed and the second is any reviews submitted. These counts get reset at the start of each month.
1. Morecambe - North Beach, MorecambeMorecambe - North beach, sand and shingle. Views over the extensive sands of Morecambe Bay, at traditional seaside town with amusements and promenade....
For more details visit our Morecambe - North Beach page
2. Pilling Sands Beach, Pilling SandsPilling Sands is a large sandy beach at low tide with salt marshes looking North to Morecambe Bay. Pilling Sands is a popular beach for kite sports, horse ridding or dog walking....
For more details visit our Pilling Sands Beach page
3. Fleetwood Beach, FleetwoodFleetwood beach is a large sandy beach north of Blackpool with views north towards Morecambe bay. This large flat beach is popular for powerkiting, buggy and landboarding. Fleetwood...
For more details visit our Fleetwood Beach page
4. Hest Bank Beach, LancasterHest Bank beach is a sandy beach within Morecambe bay that is backed by a grassy area. The sandflats and saltmarshes form the Morecambe Bay - Hest Bank RSPB reserve....
For more details visit our Hest Bank Beach page
5. Hightown Beach, FormbyMainly sandy beach backed by sand dunes and is the site of a former wartime military base known as Fort Crosby...
For more details visit our Hightown Beach page
6. Bispham Beach, BlackpoolSandy beach. Blackpool tramway runs along the length of the sea front at Bispham....
For more details visit our Bispham Beach page
7. The Golden Mile Beach, BlackpoolThe Blackpool Golden Mile is the central stretch of sand and promenade that runs between Blackpool's north and south piers, and has been famous as the home of British seaside culture for over a cen...
For more details visit our The Golden Mile Beach page
8. North Shore Beach, BlackpoolThe beach extends northwards from North Pier, continuing to Bispham. The section between North Pier and Cabin is most popular with visitors as it is closest to Blackpool's local services, hotels et...
For more details visit our North Shore Beach page
9. South Shore Beach, BlackpoolThe south shore is a sandy beach but is more famous for The Blackpool Pleasure Beach on the other side of the road rather than the actual beach....
For more details visit our South Shore Beach page
10. Cleveleys Beach, BlackpoolThe beach at Cleveleys is mostly pebble....
For more details visit our Cleveleys Beach page
In addition to our top beaches, Lancashire has 1 Blue Flag awarded beaches and many more seaside awards.
Interactive map of Lancashire: explore and research the Lancashire coastline - looking at beaches, things to do, places to stay, eat and visit.
Lancashire is in the North West of England and takes its name from Lancaster City.
This county ranges from Blackpool - an amazing traditional and very exciting seaside resort - up to the Forest of Bowland and is packed with activities and attractions, heritage and wonderful folk tales. Known as England's golfing coast this area offers four superb courses near Lytham St Anne's. The beaches in the area are varied but mainly sandy and most offer safe swimming and watersports.
Coastal features include Lytham Windmill, the beautiful old town of Heysham and the three lighthouses at Fleetwood but apart from those the area is perfect for nature lovers with RSPB reserves, Ribble Coast and Wetlands that are home to wildlife and made up of mudflats, sand dunes and marshes. There's also a wonderful walk on the 140 mile long coastal path that takes you to Cumbria!
There are many seaside towns here and each has varied accommodation, harbours and great fish and chip shops! Lytham St Annes is an old town dating back to Victorian times with gardens right down to the sea, a Victorian Pier and Promenade, Lytham Green Windmill and A grandiose Hall!
Fleetwood is popular with its maritime heritage and busy harbour. Fleetwood Freeport Villages offers shopping galore on the marina and there's a five mile promenade at Morecambe where you can drink in the breathtaking views across the bay.
Attractions to see in this area include:
- Blackpool Pleasure Beach
- Sea Life
- Jubilee Gardens
- Samlesbury Hall
- Lancashire Museum
- Farmer Parr's Animal World
- Martin Mere Wetland Centre
- Sandcastle Waterpark