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Lincolnshire Beaches

Along the Lincolnshire Coastline there is over 30 miles of golden sandy beaches, running from Cleethorpes to Gibraltar Point. There is no shortage of beaches and seaside towns and villages to explore. Here are just a few worth visiting.


Chapel St Leonards

Just less than a minute away from the park, Chapel St Leonards beach is the perfect destination for long walks and enjoying the sunshine. 

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The golden beaches of Skegness are just a 20-minute drive from here. Busier than Chapel's coastline, Skegness' beach has a range of activities for you to enjoy.


Anderby Creek

One of the quietest beaches on the Lincolnshire Coast is Anderby Creek. Just a few miles north of Chapel Point. 



The golden sandy beach is fun filled with lots of attractions for all. 


Sutton on Sea

The small seaside town of Sutton on Sea has an award-winning beach. Quieter than Mablethorpe and Skegness this beach is a great spot for swimming, dog walking and picnics.



Another quiet spot, Trusthorpe is a 20-minute drive from Chapel St Leonards. The Beach is a great spot for walks, taking your dogs and enjoying the peace and quiet. 

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