Anderby Beach (Anderby Creek)
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Anderby is a long, sandy beach on the Lincolnshire coast, between Chapel St Leonards and Skegness to the south, and Sandilands and Mablethorpe to the north. The long, sandy beaches along this part of the coastline stretch for many miles, making it an excellent spot for a long walk up or down the coast.
Being very much unspoilt by over-development, Anderby Beach is the perfect place if you want to discover the beautiful Lincolnshire coastline. It is a peaceful, tranquil place, away from the noisy tourist attractions of some of the area's better known resorts.
There is a car park on Sandy Lane with access to the beach via a path that crosses the sand dunes behind the beach. Toilets are located here, as well as a beach café, a pub with a beer garden, and a shop in the small village of Anderby Creek behind the beach. There are also a number of caravan parks in the village.
The village of Anderby (not to be confused with Anderby Creek) is about a mile inland along the road that leads to the beach.
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Type of beach
Dogs friendly beach?
Dogs are banned from part of the beach between 1 May - 30 September inclusive. This area stretches 270 metres south of the pullover at Anderby Creek
OS grid ref.
TF 5522 7616