The town of Skegness, and the holiday villages of Ingoldmells and Chapel St. Leonards, Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea combine to provide the U.K. with a foremost coastal family holiday resorts commanding some 20 miles of superb golden beaches. Visitors will be excited by our state of the art white knuckle rides, or may be happy to relax in the tranquility of (several) superb secluded nature reserves and beaches. There are an abundance of attractions for all ages and tastes.


For families, we have an a multitude of exciting attraction including extensive beaches, a great choice of nightlife, including exciting shows, Clubs, cabaret, and much, much more.

The whole coastal area also offers fantastic facilities for budding tourists, including active indoor and outdoor attractions for young children.

For the retired, the terrain is level, and is ideal for visitors who have difficulty with mobility. Much thought has been given to provide disabled access to all amenities and accordingly, Skegness is ideal for those who have "difficulty in getting about" but wish to take an active holiday break. The town is an ideal venue for elderly visitors.

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Between the beach and the promenade, there are acres of beautiful gardens that have become the admiration of the county. It is here that visitors can either explore,  relax,  or soak in the sunshine on a warm summers day. Needless to say, the tranquil atmosphere, and fresh air is pleasurable to all.

But there's more - take a low cost ride on the unique Skegness Water Way taxi and relax as it glides past white knuckle rides and superb gardens, slowly winding its way to the attractions at the northern promenade. Here visitors will discover Natureland Seal Sanctuary and tropical gardens, and numerous other superb attractions. The Water Taxi operates from Tower Esplanade, (on the beach side of the Clock Tower) to the north end of North Parade promenade.

The whole coastline is typical, modernised bucket and spade territory, ideal for families with young children. Complete with donkeys, ice-cream, candy floss, and much more, our sands and tiny flowing beach creeks will amuse and amaze children for hours on end in a micro world all of their own.




Take a leisurely return from your Water Way ride on a horse drawn vehicle, a wonderful way to enjoy the open air, the sights and sounds, and the wonderful views along the whole promenade.

Undoubtedly the biggest attraction to Skegness is the fresh clean air, the miles of safe, extensive golden beaches, and our clean sea. The town boasts of the prestigious European Blue Flag for water cleanliness. To enhance safety, fully trained life guards  patrol the beaches during the high season.

Skegness, Ingoldmells and Chapel St. Leonards beaches provide miles of golden sands, just waiting to be enjoyed. In fact to the north of Skegness town, there are some 20 miles of unspoiled beaches to explore, which even on the busiest bank holiday may well be deserted. Whether you enjoy a beach with all amenities, or seek a secluded, isolated stretch of coastline or visit for the night-life it is all here.




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