Morecambe North beach is a sand and shingle beach within a traditional seaside town with amusements and promenade. You have views over the sands of Morecambe Bay. Facilities include toilets, cafes, parking, promenade and seasonal lifeguards.
The beach at Cleveleys is mostly pebble.
The 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.
The 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 etc.
Bispham beach is a andy beach. Blackpool tramway runs along the length of the sea front at Bispham.
The 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 century. Blackpool is the only town in the United Kingdom with three piers. Blackpool became a read more
Arnside beach and the Arnside area is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. Arnside is on the estuary where the River Kent enters Morecambe Bay and has sites of scientific interest because of the rare butterflies and alpine plants. There are many lovely wooded walks around the National Trust read more
Pilling 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 riding or dog walking. Facilities include picnic site, parking, other amenities in the village.
Morecambe South beach is a sand and shingle beach within a traditional seaside town with amusements and promenade. Facilities include toilets, cafes, parking, promenade and amusements.
Wide sandy Beach with lagoons that drain and fill at various tides. Kitesurfers and windsurfers use the lagoons for some excellent flat water sailing. The beach is used by the Blackpool Light Craft Club offering sailing, fishing, jet skiing and kitesurfing.
Beach and sand dunes. Site of Special Scientific Interest which is full of interesting wild plants and animals.
A few miles down the coast from Blackpool St Anne’s is a great contrast to the bustling Blackpool Beach. The beach is very long, and when the tide is out it can take a long walk to get to the sea. Parking, toilets, food options and pier. We have no dog information read more