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Lincolnshire Coast

Miles and miles of golden sandy beaches on the Lincolnshire coast

with many stretches deserted even in the busy summer season!

There is plenty for everyone to do from young children to grandparents. Besides playing and walking in the fresh air of the beautiful beaches, other activities are

    • leisure walks
    • cycling paths
    • swimming pools
    • museums
    • nature reserves
    • parrot and seal sanctuaries
    • boating
    • theme parks
    • resorts
    • and coming soon a Las Vegas style casino

    All of the beaches are clean and three beaches, Sutton on Sea, Mablethorpe and Skegness, have received the prestigious European Blue Flag award. Beach hut rentals are available on some beaches.

    The south coastal communities of Lincolnshire are:

    • Skegness
    • Mablethorpe
    • Chapel St. Leonards
    • Ingoldmells
    • Sutton on Sea
    • Trusthorpe

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    Nature lovers will enjoy the Natureland Seal Sanctuary and the Gibralter Point Nature Reserve. Kids of all ages will have a good time at Hardy's Animal Farm where you can pet the animals and see a working farm and the National Parrot Sanctuary. For a glimpse into the historical past go to Church Farm Museum. For those who want more exercise there are marvelous walking and cycling paths that follow along the beaches. Children wiill enjoy boating on the Skegness boating lake and everyone can enjoy a boatride along the Skegness Waterway.

    For some videos on grey seals, Church Farm Museum, and kiting at Mablethorpe go to the Lincolnshire Coast Videos page.


    Before the late 1800'skegness.html">Skegness was a small fishing village. In the 1890's a rail line was run from Boston to Skegness and that made it possible for the working man to have an inexpensive holiday at the beach. It was in the 1930'butlins.html">Butlins is an institution in Britain and almost everybody has either been there or dream of going there.

    For a live cam shot of the beach at Skegness like the one aboveĀ go here. http://www.bbc.co.uk/lincolnshire/content/webcams/coastcam_webcam.shtml

    On the north coast of Lincolnshire is the seaside town of Cleethorpes overlooking the Humber River.

    For a variety of

    places to stay in Skegness.

    I hope you have a great holiday on the Lincolnshire coast!


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