Best beaches in Lincolnshire
Below are a list of the top 10 beaches in Lincolnshire as selected by the users of the Beach Guide website.
The current most popular beach in Lincolnshire is Cleethorpes. If you would like to have your say on which are the best beaches in Lincolnshire just follow the link to the beach and vote by clicking the star ratings at the top right of the page.
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Traditional seaside resort Cleethorpes has close ties to nearby Grimsby. The beaches are close to a host of activities and amenities, including donkey rides, a boating lake, a paddling pool, and award-winning gardens located on the promenade. The beach is sandy and stretches for miles; there is a lifeguard service in season. Cleethorpes is a…
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Moggs Eye, also known as Huttoft Beach is a quiet, rural beach backed by grassy sand dunes. The wide strip of golden sand which slopes gently into the sea is a great destination for beachgoers. As well as being plenty of room for beach games the beach is used by swimmers, surfers, sea anglers and…
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Sutton-on-Sea is a small coastal village with excellent sandy beaches, ideal for families and great for swimming. Much quieter than the neighbouring Mablethorpe, Sutton-on-Sea has resisted over-development, contenting itself with attractive gardens and a children's paddling pool. There are regular buses from Skegness railway station.© Roger Geach | BY-SA
Anderby Creek 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.…© Steve Daniels | BY-SA
This clean beach on the England's East Coast offers a long, firm, flat, golden sand backed by a pleasant promenade. Mablethorpe is a lively location with amusement arcades, a fun fair, and donkey rides. Events are held regularly on the beach, including sandcastle contests, fireworks, bike racing, and illumination switch-ons.
The sand dunes offer some shelter…© Jonathan Thacker | BY-SA
Theddlethorpe Beach is definitely one for nature lovers. A superb unspoilt landscape of salt marshland and sands. Saltfleetby Theddlethorpe Dunes are designated a National Nature Reserve and there are a range of habitats here; tidal sand and mudflats, salt and freshwater marshes and sand dunes. The marshes behind the beach are one of only a…© Mat Fascione | BY-SA
Chapel St Leonards is a sand and shingle beach on the Lincolnshire coastline located next to the resort town of the same name. The beach is a popular place for swimming and for family days out, it is also a good place for walking as the beaches stretch for many miles in both directions along…© John D Fielding | BY-SA
Set in one of the East Coast's best known resorts, this long, wide sandy beach has plenty of activities for the family to enjoy, including donkey rides and the refurbished Fairy Dell paddling pool. Other activities typically available include canoeing and kayaking, crazy golf, sailing, swimming, sunbathing, and even surfing. Or try crabbing or rock…© Mat Fascione | BY-SA
Ingoldmells South is a sandy beach on the Lincolnshire coastline located near the resort town of the same name. The town boasts a number of caravan parks as well as the Fantasy Island theme park. The beach is popular for swimming and for walking. It is unusual along the Lincolnshire coast, in that dogs are…© Chris | BY-SA
Humberston Fitties is a wide sandy beach at the mouth of the Humber Estuary. From here there are great views of the ships and boats leaving port. ww2 forts, The beach here is backed by sand dunes known as the Humberston Fitties. This area doubles as a conservation area and collection of around 300 vintage…