Holiday Brochures and Tourist Information for Lincolnshire
Head off to somewhere different. Enjoy the space and wide-open skies of one of Britain’s least populated counties. Discover traditional coast and energising countryside, history and heritage, tasty local produce, city life and charming market towns.
Experience a great British seaside holiday where one of England’s best loved resorts, Skegness, is waiting to welcome you and create holiday memories to last a lifetime. A step inland takes you to the rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds, nestled between historic market towns steeped in heritage and tradition.
There are 8 Locations around the county will help you search for ideas whilst giving you a flavour of the unique sides of Lincolnshire's landscape: City of Lincoln, Heart of Lincolnshire, Coast, Wolds, Gainsborough & Countryside, Vales, Northern Lincolnshire, Lincolnshire Fens.
City of Lincoln- The county's only city, Lincoln is an ancient settlement dating back to the Romans and has a pleasing variety of history, culture, nightlife and shopping to keep everyone entertained.
Heart of Lincolnshire-To the south west of Lincoln lies an area known as the 'heart' of the county. Drive along the escarpment or 'Lincoln cliff' where you'll discover beautiful villages, charming shops and fabulous views.
Highlights in the Heart of Lincolnshire...
Woodhall Spa - tree-lined avenues, pretty shops and great for Golfers
Sleaford - fantastic farmer's markets and rich with aviation heritage
Lincolnshire's coast stretches from The Wash to the Humber Estuary for over fifty miles. The famous traditional fun of the seaside can be enjoyed all year round, alongside the natural shores of unspoilt, rugged sand marshes and salt flats.
Highlights on the Coast...
Skegness - one of England's favourite seaside resorts
Mablethorpe - blue flag beaches stretching for miles
Cleethorpes - an all-year round fun place to visit
Lincolnshire is blessed with an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty known as the Lincolnshire Wolds; here you'll find stunning green countryside of rolling hills and charming English towns and villages.
Highlights in the Lincolnshire Wolds...
Louth - Georgian market town in the heart of the Wolds
Horncastle - an antique hunter's dream
Alford - charming little town with fabulous manor house and working windmill
Barton Upon Humber - industrial town on the Estuary with fascinating heritage.
Highlights in Gainsborough & Countryside...
Gainsborough Old Hall - fine medieval house once visited by Henry VIII
Hemswell Antiques Centre - Europe's largest collection of antiques with 300 display areas
Lincolnshire Show - the grand annual county show, every June.
The very north of Lincolnshire is our industrial heartland - next to the Humber Estuary and adjacent to the scenic views of the Wolds on the horizon.
Highlights in Northern Lincolnshire...
Brigg - pretty market town with great shopping and an award winning market
Scunthorpe - discover shopping, a vibrant arts scene and historic attractions
Normanby Hall - Regency Hall set in 300 acres of fabulous gardens.
Probably one of Lincolnshire's most famous assets, the Fens are a vast area of flatlands split by endless waterways, manmade navigation channels and drains.
Bitesize Britain allows you to order free holiday brochures featuring Lincolnshire tourist information, things to do and see and places to stay – accommodation mostly inspected and graded by the Lincolnshire tourist board or similar organisation.