Lancashire Beaches

Lancashire Beaches

Whether you’re planning a staycation or a day trip with the kids. Use our coastal holiday guide to discover beautiful Lancashire beaches.

Find your favourite Lancashire Beaches

If you are looking for a traditional British seaside holiday destination, the beaches in Lancashire are the place to go. The most popular beaches are in Blackpool, St Annes & Lytham and Morecambe. Famous for seaside resorts of Blackpool and Morcambe Bay, there are other quiet beaches in Lancashire, to relax and get away from the crowds.

Lancashire Beaches A-Z

Do you know the name of the beach you are looking for? See our full list of beaches in Lancashire in alphabetical order.

Coastal Events

Events and Festivals

Coastal events in Lancashire for your diary

  • Food Festivals
  • Sailing
  • Sporting Events

Places of Interest on the Lancashire Coast

Visit the many historical landmarks and places of interest around the Kent Coast. The Kent coast is home to the famous White Cliffs of Dover. This iconic natural landmark marks your arrival in England when crossing by ferry.

Common Questions

Yes you can take the beautiful Lancashire coast from Silverdale to Freckleton on the Lancashire Coastal Way.

Lancashire is famous for being a traditional British seaside holiday destination. The most popular beaches are in Blackpool and Morcambe bay as well as St Annes & Lytham.

While there are no Blue Flag Beaches, however there are 11 Seaside Award winning beaches in Lancashire. Bispham Beach, Blackpool North, Blackpool Central and Blackpool South Ferry Beach, Jubilee Beach, Morecambe North, Morecambe South, Rossall Beach, St Anne’s Pier, and Marine Beach.

Explore other areas with our UK Beach Guide

Explore the miles of UK coastline with popular seaside destinations, coastal walks and water sports. Stop off at a beach for the day or walk or cycle the Coastal Trail.

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