Stunning beaches abound - some with Blue Flags! most with car parking nearby.
First of all there is the beach itself where you will find clear sands and rolling waves. Popular activities on the beach include hiring a deckchair to enjoy a relaxing day in the sun(!) or simply laying a towel and hoping for the sun to come out. Making sandcastles or playing beach games is also popular among all ages here and you can easily spend a full day enjoying the traditional Great British seaside.
If you're in the Blackpool area and fancy a walk along the promenade away from all the holiday crowds, then Bispham might be a good choice. Set between Blackpool North Shore and Cleveleys, Bispham has extensive man-made sea defences, known locally as "The Cliffs" and views along the coast and out towards the Irish Sea.
This sandy beach, backed by dunes is located on the Fylde coastline, between Lytham St Annes and Blackpool. At low tide up to 300 metres of clean, golden sand is exposed, perfect for building sandcastles and playing beach games.
Located just 4 miles north of the bright lights of Blackpool is the town of Cleveleys. The beach front here is a vast expanse of sea and sand, backed by a promenade and the Jubilee Gardens all of which have benefitted from a recent large scale renovation. Whilst traditional activities such as building sand castles, flying kites and promenading are as popular as ever there are now art installations.
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