Choose to visit Lancashire as it has beautiful coastlines and is home to beach towns Blackpool, Morecambe Bay, Fleetwood, Cleveleys and Annes.
For those looking to escape to the British countryside and rugged coastline, the county of Lancashire is a great choice for holidaymakers. Whether you are a beach or country lover, there is something for everyone.
Around 80% of Lancashire is rural, meaning that it is a perfect place for ramblers, walkers and cyclists. The challenging moorland and extensive canals make it a natural habitat for outdoor explorers. Lancashire has a beautiful coastline and is home to beach towns Blackpool, Morecambe Bay, Fleetwood, Cleveleys and Annes.
The renowned seaside town of Blackpool is famous for its iconic Tower in the west, pleasure beach, theatre shows and theme park. An hour east land from Blackpool is the Forest of Bowland, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This captivating forest covers open moorland, gentle and tidy lowlands, as well as picturesque farms and villages.
If you are planning to visit Lancashire, we recommend staying in a pub. They are the perfect base to explore charming towns and villages, a great way to experience the local cuisine and meet the locals! Our pubs pride themselves on their homemade meals made from locally sourced produce.
Discover the best national ales, craft beer, wines and spirits in some of Lancashire’s boutique pubs and traditional inns.
For more information on what there is to explore, take a look at our Things to Do in Lancashire guide.