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Place Category: Beaches
St Annes Beach is a few miles down the coast from Blackpool and St Anne’s is a great contrast to the bustling Blackpool Beaches.
The beach is very long, and when the tide is out it can take a long walk to get to the sea. It also often seems as though the tide never comes in.
Facilities include parking, toilets, food options and pier.
Dogs not allowed on the stretch between the old pier and the cinema, May 1st to September 30th.
St Annes Beach Weather Forecast
Light rain on Saturday through Wednesday, with temperatures falling to 16°C on Tuesday.Partly cloudy until evening.Today's Forecast
14->183% 47% 7 mph
4:58 am 9:22 pmPartly cloudy starting in the afternoon.Thursday, May 25th
12->260% 25% 5 mph
4:57 am 9:23 pmClear throughout the day.Friday, May 26th
16->260% 6% 12 mph
4:56 am 9:25 pmRain starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.Saturday, May 27th
13->2283% 49% 5 mph
4:54 am 9:26 pmMostly cloudy throughout the day.Sunday, May 28th
12->181% 67% 7 mph
4:53 am 9:28 pmDrizzle starting in the evening.Monday, May 29th
11->1624% 99% 7 mph
4:52 am 9:29 pmDrizzle in the morning.Tuesday, May 30th
10->1647% 67% 3 mph
4:51 am 9:30 pmLight rain starting in the afternoon.Wednesday, May 31st
11->1653% 70% 6 mph
4:50 am 9:31 pm
St Annes Beach Tide Times
St Annes Beach Water quality
Samples are taken at regular intervals during the bathing season and at the end of the season the water quality is classified as:
- Excellent: the highest classification meaning the water is cleanest
- Good: generally good water quality
- Sufficient: meets minimum standards
- Poor: You are advised not to swim. The beach will stay open and an action plan should be in place to improve the water quality.
Photos from around the surrounding area