Pilgrims Way Church Green Road Fishtoft, Boston Lincs PE21 0QY Tel: 01205 366646 email: holidays@pilgrimswaycaravanandcamping.co.uk
Lincolnshire has miles of wonderful beaches along the East Coast which can be enjoyed all year round. Find out what facilities each beach has and which spots are your favourite
Beaches
Mablethorpe - The sands and the dunes at Mablethorpe are the best on this coastline. Families have been coming here for generations; Mablethorpe is one of the safest and one of the cleaner beaches on the east coast. People leave this place with fond and happy memories of family day outings and weekly hols, and they still returning. The town is a typical seaside place with traditional entertainment and you can still find a good chippy for that taste of the seaside. Also there are plenty of places to eat with various good cafe/restaurants.
(Distance 32 miles)
(Distance 20 miles)
Skegness - Lincolnshire's most famous seaside resort and home of the Jolly Fisherman, Skegness is one of the regions busiest beaches. It has everything you would expect from a modern seaside destination.
Ingoldmells Beach - This is one of the more developed streches of coastline in Lincolnshire. It is home to both Butlin's and the Fantasy Island theme park. The village has loads going on, so you'll certainly not get bored!
Anderby Creek - One of Lincolnshire's quieter beaches. Anderby Creek is peaceful and unspoilt. The perfect place to get away from the crowds.
Chapel St Leonards Beach -  A lovely clean beach next to a friendly little village with a great sense of community, Chapel St Leonards is a great location for a day out at the coast with the family.
Sutton on Sea beach - Sutton on Sea offers a quiet atmosphere, perfect for a relaxing day by the sea. There are plenty of traditional and more modern facilities in the town.
(Distance 24 miles)
(Distance 32 miles)
(Distance 27 miles)
(Distance 31 miles)
Mablethorpe Beach
Skegness Beach
Ingoldmells