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Skegness

Skegness

This classic seaside town is located on the scenic Lincolnshire Coast and offers visitors lashings of sun, sea and fun at the famous blue flag beach, traditional attractions on the promenade and more modern delights such as the Embassy Theatre where visitors can catch a show. The town has a friendly atmosphere and a lively nightlife, with a selection of bars, pubs and entertainment venues – offering karaoke, live comedy or cabaret and family entertainment as well as a number of arcades and bingo halls to enjoy. ‘The Blackpool of the East Coast’ is an ideal choice for those who enjoy leisurely seaside walks, classic entertainment and the ever-delightful Victorian architecture. The town’s golden shores have been attracting visitors since the Great Northern Railway connected the small fishing town to the rest of the country in the 19th century.

We love Skegness because...

  • Famous blue flag beach
  • Lively seaside promenade
  • Ideal for coastal walks
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Hotels
Hotels in Skegness
County Hotel, Skegness
North Parade, Skegness PE25 2UB

This fortunately located, quaint hotel is located a short walk from the beach, pier and many other local attractions.

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County Hotel, Skegness
North Parade, Skegness PE25 2UB

This fortunately located, quaint hotel is located a short walk from the beach, pier and many other local attractions.

In and around Skegness

Skegness Beach

The most popular visitor attraction and the pride and joy of the town, this sandy blue flag beach is long and wide, with plenty of room to go on leisurely coastal walks, take a donkey ride, enjoy a picnic or to simply admire the ocean in the warmer months. The wonderful adjacent pier also offers a whole host of attractions, ice cream parlours, pubs and cafes.

Natureland Seal Sanctuary

This rescue and rehabilitation centre saves orphaned and injured seals, which are very common to this coastal area. Visitors can enjoy getting up close and personal in a non-invasive fashion with the delightful seals and pups, hearing about their rehabilitation, watching their clownish behaviour and seeing them being fed. Also housed in the sanctuary are a lovable group of penguins, tropical butterflies and many more.

Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve

This spectacular expanse of pristine land comprises two huge sand dunes, with a salt marsh bisecting them, extending roughly 5km along the coast and offering some awe-inspiring seascapes. This is an ideal spot for wildlife watchers and photographers as a large number of different species of animals and birdlife can be found here.

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