Holiday Brochures and Tourist Information for Lancashire
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From, Blackpool, Britain's favourite seaside resort, to the 300 square mile Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the tourist destinations within Lancashire have everything you need for a day out or a longer stay. With world-class events and attractions, yet steeped in centuries-old heritage and legendary folklore, England's Lancashire truly offer a slice of life to suit all tastes whether you choose to stay for a night, a weekend break or a longer holiday.
Come to Pendle and you will be bewitched and amazed! Nestling in the Lancashire Pennines Pendle has some of the most stunning scenery in the North of England. There are countless country walks, short and long provided by our many free guides, including the walk up Pendle Hill.
Popular seaside resorts of Cleveleys and Fleetwood, rich heritage in Poulton-le-Fylde and surrounding villages, breathtaking countryside in Garstang and the Forest of Bowland - Wyre is an area of surprising contrasts.
From Blackpool, Britain’s most popular seaside resort, to the unspoilt moors of the Forest of Bowland you’ll find an outstanding variety of destinations in Lancashire. Whether you want to dance the night away, dine on gourmet cuisine or discover local produce at a 1,000-year old market, you’ll find your perfect holiday destination in Lancashire. Cycle through leafy Gisburn Forest, hike the celebrated Ribble Way or play a perfect round on Lancashire’s Golf Coast. Delve deeper and find ancient Roman ruins, medieval monasteries and Bronze Age burial sites in Lancashire’s myriad destinations.
Blackpool is Britain’s most popular seaside holiday destination, which comes as no surprise when you think about this resort’s huge range of year-round attractions.
Lancaster is a vibrant university city with a wealth of history, beginning life as a Roman Fort in 80AD. Now its cobbled streets are lined with smart, stone houses filled with lively shops, bars and restaurants.
Preston The lively university city of Preston is a modern metropolis with vibrant nightlife, excellent shopping and a wide choice of museums. It is also a historic place; like many medieval English settlements, it was recorded in the Domesday Book in 1086.
Morecambe Situated on the edge of the famed Morecambe Bay, Morecambe is once again becoming one of the nation’s best loved seaside resorts.
Lytham Just six miles from the bright lights of Blackpool, Lytham is worlds’ apart in both character and atmosphere. Lytham is a traditional coastal village which is truly one of the gems of the North West.
St Annes-on-Sea St Annes-on-Sea is a traditional seaside resort, adjacent to Lytham, which boasts a beautifully restored Victorian Pier, boating lake and rolling sand dunes.
Pendle At 557 metres, Pendle Hill dominates the surrounding Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, providing spectacular views that stretch all the way to the coast on a clear day.
Ribble Valley Ribble Valley is the largest district in Lancashire in terms of area, the majority of which is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Here you will find velvet green valleys, commanding fells and heather strewn moorland among the breath-taking scenery of picturesque countryside, most of which is set within the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Bitesize Britain allows you to order free holiday brochures featuring Lancashire tourist information, things to do and see and places to stay – accommodation mostly inspected and graded by the Lancashire tourist board or similar organisation.