Places of Interest
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is just a short drive away and provides a lively contrast to the laid back atmosphere of Lytham. With its famous tower, three piers, miles of golden sands, spectacular Pleasure Beach and huge range of summer shows, Blackpool rivals some of the most popular seaside resorts in the world.
is situated a few miles along the coast from Blackpool and though smaller and more compact than its neightbour it offers visitors a wealth of seaside attractions. Its brand new, award winning promenade sits alongside miles of golden sands and there is a wealth of shops, pavement cafés and even a seafront park.
is unique in that it is the only town in Britain with three lighthouses, two of which are still operational. Other attractions include Fleetwood Museum and a popular market, one of the oldest in Lancashire.
lies directly across the Ribble Estuary and, although somewhat larger than Lytham, shares the same sort of studied elegance, splendid shops, lovely parks and gardens and relaxing atmosphere.
boasts over 40 quaint villages and charming hamlets, which have changed little over the years. Visit the historic market town of Clitheroe, with its individual shops which have been run by families for generations, or the ancient village of Ribchester, built on the site of a Roman fort and with an interesting museum which explores Roman life in the area. Wherever you go in this unspoilt area, it is this timeless beauty, along with the warm hospitality of its people which entices visitors to return time and time again.
is an attractive market town, ‘the Gateway to the Dales’. Its Norman castle, beautiful 14th century church, lively weekly market, variety of traditional pubs and winding alleys, or ‘ginnels’ are just some of the reasons this historic gem attracts visitors from around the world.