Lincolnshire Beach Guide
Lincolnshire is a county located in the East Midlands with one of the best-known coastlines running 50 miles along the North Sea coast.
Lincolnshire has everything you’d want to see from its wonderful history and heritage to its incredible scenic views and coastline.
It’s the perfect spot for a Wildlife enthusiast with it being full of different species varying along the countryside to the coastline!
In the Middle Ages it was when the most wealth was brought to the county by Sheep farming and the wool trade, which supported the construction of highly elaborate Churches to the region making Lincoln itself a cathedral city to this day.
Lincolnshire has a tide and time bell located at Mablethorpe Beach, its purpose is to ring which is caused by the waves when the tide comes in, and is a very popular attraction with tourists as it is a fascinating work of art.
Lincolnshire has many beautiful beaches to explore and some of the most popular are Skegness Beach, Cleethorpes Beach and Chapel St Leonards Beach.
Other Beaches: Sutton on sea Beach, Humberston Fitties beach, Mablethorpe Town Beach, Ingoldmells Beach, Moggs Eye Beach, etc.
There are also a variety of different Beach huts available around Lincolnshire stretched out along the shoreline!
- There are some dog friendly beaches, such as Skegness, Mablethorpe and Sutton-on-Sea.
- Plenty of open places to explore and take a stroll in the countryside.
- There are many steep hills around Lincolnshire, so be prepared to take a hike.
- Many long, windy, narrow roads which can be dangerous.