Aldingham beach is a shingle and pebble beach at high tide but at low tide reveals a large area of sand looking. On the east coast of the Furness peninsula with views over Morecambe Bay and backed by the small village of Aldingham.
Askam-in-Furness beach is on the edge of Duddong sands, the pier is built from slag from the old ironworks. Facilities include toilets, picnic area, parking available next to the beach and more facilities in the town.
Piel Castle also known as Fouldry Castle, is located on Piel Island, 1 km off the southern tip of the Furness Peninsula, protecting the deep water harbour of Barrow-in-Furness. A well preserved keep and two baileys remain today. In 1212 a wooden tower was built when the monks of Furness read more
Bow Bridge, narrow 15th-century stone bridge across Mill Beck carried an old packhorse route to nearby Furness Abbey.
Furness Abbey, remains of an abbey including much of the east end and west tower of the church, the ornately decorated chapter house and the cloister buildings. An exhibition and display on the history of the abbey in the visitor centre.
1864 Lifeboat house constructed on Roa Island.
Earnse Bay also known as West Shore beach is part of the long sandy beach on Walney Island. The beach is backed by grass and a large sand dune system forming a nature reserve to the north. Popular kite surfing and fishing beach.
Biggar Bank beach is on Walney Island, the beach a mixture of smooth pebbles and sand. The beach is backed by sand dunes and grass.
Sandy Gap beach is part of the long sandy beach on Walney Island.
Roanhead beach is a sandy beach with large areas of sand dunes situated three miles north of Barrow-in-Furness. Strong currents make it unsuitable for swimming but the sand dunes and coastal scenery is very good. Parking.
Newbiggin beach is a sand and pebble mix with rock pools. The beach sits opposite Morecambe in the large tidal sands of Morecambe bay. Newbiggin beach is a good beach for walking the dog and investigating the rockpools.