Cleethorpes has been a great place to visit for many years – since the advent of the railways in fact, as it was the Victorians who began to visit for the medicinal waters and the sea air! Not much has changed in that regard. Thousands flock each year to enjoy our beautiful beaches and pretty coastal resort.
Great for families, couples, explorers and those who like to be active both on and off the water, we’ve something for everyone. So read on ….
With over four miles of golden sandy beaches to discover, you can experience the seaside your way. Head to the quieter areas at Fitties beach or Marine Embankment beach which are bustling with nature and wildlife and great for dog walkers, or make it a traditional holiday with sandcastles, donkeys, paddling in the tide, and 99’s along the Central Prom.
Don’t forget your bucket and spade!
Families love to stay and play in Cleethorpes. Leisure facilities include an indoor pool with flume slide, outdoor paddling pool and sandpit, boating lake with ducks and geese, four miniature golf courses, two bowling alleys, a nine-screen cinema, children’s indoor play areas, one of Britain’s oldest seaside miniature railways, and a land train that can take you from one end of the resort to the other.
Out on the water, join the vibrant water sports scene!
For stand-up paddle boarding experiences, head to North Prom beach or Brighton Slipway on Central Prom beach. Learners and families welcome.
There’s a kitesurfing community down at Fitties beach where you can also find the Humber Mouth Yacht club.
For those who love to delve into local history, Cleethorpes is full of heritage. Walk the self-guided heritage trail using the Love Exploring App and learn about how the resort grew from humble beginnings. Or head to Grimsby for the Fishing Heritage Centre and Time Trap museums.
With the Lincolnshire Wolds on our doorstep, you can walk, run or cycle through miles of awe-inspiring countryside. Venture through charming villages or the town centres of Grimsby and Cleethorpes for a spot of lunch or for coffee and cake and rest awhile before continuing with your tour.
While you’re here, don’t forget to have some of our world-famous fish and chips.
There’s plenty on offer in local fish & chip restaurants and takeaways to tuck into whilst looking out to sea.
If that’s not your thing, you’ll find a great choice of bars, restaurants and cafes. Whether it’s an evening meal or lunch featuring local produce or a café or tea room for a light bite, we’ve got them all.
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