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Tucked away in the northernmost corner of Lancashire is a small but delightful stretch of rural coastline. The little town of Arnside, overlooking the River Kent estuary, and backed by the viewpoint of Arnside Knott is a quiet backwater. A couple of miles to the south, the village of Silverdale sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, low hills rising from the salt flats, a haven for flora and fauna.

Down the bay is Morecambe, whose most famous son Eric Bartholomew (Eric Morecambe) is celebrated with a statue on the seafront. Morecambeís heyday was in the mid-20th century, when miners came by train from Yorkshire to spend their summer holidays in its many guest houses and hotels. The spectacular Art Deco Midland Hotel opened in 1933, and following decline and closure, re-opened in 2008 as a luxury coastal hotel. Adjoining Morecambe is the ancient settlement of Heysham, now a port and the site of two nuclear power stations. In the churchyard of St Peterís, overlooking Half Moon Bay are stone graves dating from the 11th century.

The River Lune estuary, muddy at low tide, is sheltered by the remote settlement of Sunderland Point, and hides the little port of Glasson Dock, once part of the port of Lancaster, but now mainly a recreational marina. On the River Wyre estuary lies the port of Fleetwood, once one of Britainís main deep-sea fishing ports, and the home of ĎFishermanís Friendí menthol lozenges. Fish processing remains an important industry, and there are still container vessel movements at the port, but Fleetwood is also a resort, a little less brash than itsí neighbour Blackpool.

Blackpool is the heart of Lancashireís coast. A 518ft high tower, Winter Gardens, Pleasure Beach, piers, waterpark, ballroom, zoo, autumn illuminations, trams, parks and miles of golden sands make Blackpool one of the biggest resorts in Britain. Thousands visit every year for holidays, stag- and hen-parties, conferences and weekend breaks.

Lytham St Anneís adjoins Blackpool, and is a quieter, smaller resort. A popular retirement destination, Lytham has notable golf courses, award-winning gardens, and dune-backed sands.

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"HOTSPOTS" from Seaside Towns to Beaches & Covers in Lancashire

Big, bright and brash, Blackpool is perhaps Britain's biggest holiday resort.
St Anne's On Sea
St Anne's On Sea
Lytham and St Annes-on-Sea are dual seaside towns nestled along a picturesque stretch of coastline lined with well tended lawns, a boating lake and pretty parks.
Arnside & Silverdale
Arnside & Silverdale
This little promontory is a network of quiet lanes with views of the Pennines and Cumbrian Mountains.

Morecambe & Heysham
Morecambe & Heysham
Facing across Morecambe bay towards the mountains of Cumbria, Morecambe is a classic seaside resort with a statue of its most famous son, Eric Bartholemew, famous for his double-act with Ernie Wise.
Along Fleetwood's waterfront, youíll discover the majestic Marine Hall set amongst its own pretty sculptured gardens. For shoppers, there's Fleetwood Market and Fleetwood Outlet Village
From the peaceful promenade that sits alongside the sweeping sands, to the bustling main street lined with shops and welcoming cafes, youíll be drawn in by the charm and charisma that Cleveleys has held for many years

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