Morecambe Beaches (North, Opposite Clock Tower, South & South at West End)

Lancashire, England

About Morecambe Beaches (North, Opposite Clock Tower, South & South at West End)

Morecambe’s beaches are dotted round the bay, which boasts the largest expanse of intertidal mudflats and sand in the UK, stretching for 310 km2 (119 mi2). This makes the area attractive to bird watchers who can see a rich variety of breeding species as well as overwintering waders and wildfowl. The bay is notorious for quicksand and the speed with which the tide comes in, which is said to be ‘as fast as a horse can run’. The beaches are largely sand and shingle, and have won Seaside Awards for their cleanliness. Easily accessible from the promenade, the location is ideal for kite surfing, wind surfing, boating and other water sports.

Morecambe Beaches (North, Opposite Clock Tower, South & South at West End) has a Moderate difficulty level and is Family Friendly.

Activities

Walking
Swimming
Boating
Canoeing
Kayaking
Paddle Boarding
Kitesurfing
Sailing
Snorkelling
Surfing
Windsurfing
Lancashire, England
Latitude: 54.073893, Longitude: -2.866018

Attractions near Morecambe Beaches (North, Opposite Clock Tower, South & South at West End)

About Morecambe Beaches (North, Opposite Clock Tower, South & South at West End)

About Morecambe Beaches (North, Opposite Clock Tower, South & South at West End)

Morecambe’s beaches are dotted round the bay, which boasts the largest expanse of intertidal mudflats and sand in the UK, stretching for 310 km2 (119 mi2). This makes the area attractive to bird watchers who can see a rich variety of breeding species as well as overwintering waders and wildfowl. The bay is notorious for quicksand and the speed with which the tide comes in, which is said to be ‘as fast as a horse can run’. The beaches are largely sand and shingle, and have won Seaside Awards for their cleanliness. Easily accessible from the promenade, the location is ideal for kite surfing, wind surfing, boating and other water sports.