The Lincolnshire Coast

The Lincolnshire Coast is more than 50 miles long and, as of 2015, has four official Blue Flag beaches to enjoy.

From the traditional seaside resorts of Skegness, Cleethorpes and Mablethorpe, to the unspoiled nature reserves of Gibraltar Point, the Lincolnshire Coast has something for everyone.

Popular Places along the Lincolnshire Coast

Skegness, Ingoldmells and Chapel St. Leonards are great resorts if you like hustle and bustle.

From Butlins in Skegness, Fantasy Island amusement park in Ingoldmells, and stock car racing at Skegness Stadium (where kids under 13 go free) you are guaranteed to keep the whole family entertained!

Mablethorpe, and its neighbouring resorts of Trusthorpe and Sutton-on-Sea, offer a quieter seaside setting – but there is still plenty to do and see.

Cleethorpes and Humberston have some great golf courses with fantastic coastal views. Popular tourist attractions include the Cleethorpes Pier with its bar and restaurant and nightclub.


One of the larger coastal towns in Lincolnshire, Skegness is hugely popular with visitors from within the county and from across the UK.

One of it’s main attractions is the gorgeous beach – perfect for spending the day sun-bathing, building sandcastles or enjoying a refreshing swim.

The town also boasts a wide range of activities, thanks to the Skegness Pier, the Natureland Seal Sanctuary, and Skegness Pleasure Beach attractions.


While it may not be as well known as Skegness, this bustling coastal town still receives around a million visitors per year.

Part of that attraction comes from the extreme sport enthusiasts who flock from miles around to perform on the beach. Cleethorpes has a designated area of the beach set aside for kite surfing and buggies, and is recognised as having one of the best kite surfing beaches in the UK.

And if you don’t fancy anything too energetic, this is the perfect place to kick back and unwind with beautiful gardens and picturesque views.


Winner of a prestigious Blue Flag award, Mablethorpe has one of the cleanest beaches in the UK.

Stretching for miles, these pristine sand dunes are often a venue for motocross racing during the winter, as well as having areas specially designated for families.

There’s also a local seal sanctuary, cinema and arcades, so there’s plenty to keep the family entertained.