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Lincolnshire Seaside - Visit Skegness, Cleethorpes and Mablethorpe
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The very BEST of seaside holidays!
Skegness is one of the UK's premiere resorts, and offers visitors the very best of seaside holidays. Whatever you are looking for Skegness has it from hotels, bed & breakfast, flats, self catering cottages and caravan sites. Enjoy the fantastic award-winning beaches, gracious gardens, top sports facilities, top entertainment and a varied range of family attractions.

Golden, sandy beach
Have fun on our golden Blue Flag sandy beach that stretches for miles. Watch the children playing on the sand or splashing about in the sea. Refreshments, attractions, pubs and shops are close on hand, and so you are only a short walk away from your every need.

Relaxing gardens
Our beautiful gardens offer a peaceful retreat. Sit and relax a while in the Compass Gardens overlooked by the famous Jolly Fisherman fountain or take part in one of the many events that are held at the Tower Gardens.

Fun indoors and outdoors
We have a fantastic range of attractions and places that you can visit during your holiday, from the Botton's Fun Fair, Natureland Seal Sanctuary or Panda's Palace Kids' Adventure. Find our more about Skegness's history at Church Farm Museum. Try your hand at ten pin bowling, golf, boating or adventure golf. Take a ride along the Waterway or enjoy the evening entertainment at the Embassy Theatre or the Tower Cinema.

Outdoor and Indoor Swimming Pools means a splashing great time whatever the weather, or the more adventurous can try the Cable Ski Centre or Xsite Skate Park.

Carnival & the Illuminations
There are many events throughout the seasons in and around the resort including the August Carnival, Rock 'n' Roll Weekends, and the Illuminations Switch on in July.

Each year Skegness plays host to thousands of visitors who come here to either watch or play in the EBF and EBA National Tournaments.

The Jolly Fisherman celebrates his 100th birthday
Skegness' famous character, the Jolly Fisherman, is 100 years old this year. The painting of the Jolly Fisherman was originally created by artist John Hassall as a railway poster in 1908 for the Great Northern Railway Company. The famous slogan 'Skegness is SO Bracing' was added to the bottom of the painting, and over the years has become famous in its own right. Jolly still lives in Skegness and often takes a walk along the sandy beach waving to the many visitors.

The Hildred's Shopping Centre has a fine selection of well known chain-stores alongside a multitude of shops where you can buy your souvenirs to take back home.

- in fact there is so much to do and so many attractions that the family won't have too much time to sit around and laze about on the beach!

Market Day:
Daily in the summer on Briar Way

Nearest Tourist Information:
Skegness Tourist Information Centre
Grand Parade
Tel: 01754 899887.

Town Hall and High Street.
Long Stay:
Jacksons Corner.
Short Stay:
Lawn Park and Arcadia
Tourist Designated:
Scarbrough Esplanade, North End, Pierside (North), Swimming Pool, Festival, Princes Parade and Scarbrough Avenue.

Coach Park:
Richmond Drive Bus Station.

Railway Station:
Wainfleet Road.

First Aid and Lost Children:
Embassy Centre, Grand Parade.

Wheelchair Hire:
Seacroft Mobility
Roman Bank
Embassy Swimming Pool
Grand Parade
People First, Lumley Square.

Briar Way
Lumley Square
North Parade
Princes Parade
Richmond Drive Bus Station
Sun Castle
Tower Esplanade
Tower Gardens
Under Pier (Scarbrough Esplanade)
Winthorpe Avenue
The beautiful sandy beach at Skegness. Copyright © Maria Vincent 2009.
Enjoy a brilliant Show at the Embassy Theatre, Grand Parade Skegness. Copyright © Maria Vincent 2009.
Natureland Seal Sanctuary. Copyright © Maria Vincent 2009.
Listen to a concert at Tower Gardens. Copyright © Maria Vincent 2009.
Spash! Copyright © Maria Vincent 2009.

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