Make the short trip from Grimsby to the resort town of Cleethorpes on the Lincolnshire coast. Head via Tetney Lock to the tranquillity of Donna Nook. Retreat inland to Louth before reaching the coast at Mablethorpe and then heading to Alford before arriving at the seaside resort of Skegness.
A coastal town and seaport, Grimsby has many maritime attractions. Take in the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre and Ross Tiger, a traditional trawler at Alexandra Dock. Over at the Royal Dock you will find the Grimsby Dock Tower. The former townhall and jail, The Time Trap museum, is well worth a visit.
Cleethorpes is home to a long sandy beach and attractions for all the family, with a great selection of places to eat and drink. Take a walk on the wild side at the Jungle Zoo, visit the Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway or spend some time on the boating lake.
Pass through the site of Tetney Lock, now demolished and replaced by a road bridge. Enjoy some time at RSPB Tetney Marshes – a great place to take a walk, enjoy some crabbing or spot the local birdlife – the coast is a great place to see migrating birds.
Donna Nook covers more than 6 miles of coast line and borders the Saltfleetby / Theedlethorpe National Nature Reserve. A great place to take in the views and see the grey seals with their young – particularly in the winter months.
Visit the market town of Louth on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, to enjoy the heritage of Louth Museum and the tall spire of St. James’ church. Relax and spend some time or take a picnic at nearby Hubbard’s Hills.
Mablethorpe is seaside town with a sandy beach and traditional seaside entertainment for all the family to enjoy. Relax and enjoy the beach, visit Dunes Fairground, choose from the many places to eat and drink, or maybe take a visit to Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary.
The historic market town of Alford nestles at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds. Enjoy a visit to the 17th century Alford Manor House, Alford Windmill or time your visit to take in the stalls and auction of the Tuesday market.
The seaside town of Skegness is packed with family fun and home to great number of attractions. Visit the Natureland Seal Sanctuary or maybe the Skegness Aquarium to see creatures from the deep. Head to the water’s edge to enjoy Skegness Pier and the other traditional seaside entertainment.