North West

The North West of England’s coastline boasts a mix of industrial history and natural beauty, stretching from the dynamic estuaries of Merseyside to the serene Lake District shores. Towns like Blackpool and Morecambe epitomize traditional British seaside resorts, offering entertainment and leisure. In contrast, the Cumbrian coast provides a quieter, more natural experience with its stunning landscapes and wildlife. Historical significance is evident in ports like Liverpool, reflecting the area’s maritime legacy. This diverse coastline serves as a hub for tourism, culture, and nature, appealing to a wide range of visitors.

Seascale Beach

Seascale Beach

Enjoy Seascale Beach: stunning mountain views, wide sandy stretches, and peaceful atmosphere, perfect for relaxation and nature appreciation.

Allonby Beach

Allonby Beach

Explore Allonby Beach: picturesque views, tranquil setting, and quaint charm, ideal for peaceful walks and nature enjoyment.

Heysham Beach

Heysham Beach

Visit Heysham Beach: striking cliffs, ancient ruins, and rich wildlife, perfect for history buffs and nature lovers seeking serene coastal beauty.

Crosby Beach

Crosby Beach

Blundellsands, Liverpool Crosby BeachFamed for its unique installation called Another Place, which features 100 cast-iron, life-size figures standing along the shoreline and stretching over a 2-mile, Crosby is also a popular destination for Sea Glass hunters. But is...