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Lytham Windmill

Lytham St Annes has a nationally recognised reputation as one of the more sophisticated and upmarket areas of the North.

Playing host to international golf tournaments is just one of the delights that the town has to offer. A quintessential English town, Lytham town centre’s cobbled streets are scattered with small boutiques, quaint cafés, delicatessens and confectioners. The esteemed pubs and restaurants offer unrivalled character and choice. 

The theatre at Lowther Pavillion offers a wide variety of events, productions and exhibitions and is nestled amongst the wonderfully picturesque Lowther Gardens. Behind the immaculate beach lies the green which is punctuated by the iconic white windmill which creates a picture postcard scene.

St Annes-on-Sea

With a sizeable town centre, St Annes offers a great shopping experience with many high street stores.

There is also plenty for families to do, with children’s play centres, a cinema and amusements on the classic Victorian pier. The natural sand dunes flow along the coastline for 3 miles to neighbouring Blackpool for wonderful serene walks in this naturally beautiful setting.


The lake at Fairhaven is pretty and tranquil and a great place for children and wildlife lovers alike.

It is situated at the edge of the Ribble Estuary, from which can be seen thousands of migrating birds at certain times of year. There are also motorboats, canoes and rowing boats are available for hire, or visitors can just relax in the café overlooking the lake.

Things to see and do around Lytham