EXPLORE

EXPLORE

The whole of the Fylde Coast is a fabulous place to enjoy, and great for an exploration base too!

Whether you are lucky enough to live here, are close enough to enjoy frequent day trips, or you are heading here for your next holiday, there’s plenty to see and do here on the Fylde Coast, and lots to explore in the surrounding areas too.

Enjoy the bright lights and razzamataz of Blackpool, the family friendly Cleveleys and Fleetwood, the refinement of Lytham and St Annes, or the rural landscape of Poulton-le-Fylde and further afield.

The coast is well served by main roads and motorways so you can travel in, out and around relatively easily, and of course there is an excellent public transport system along the edge of the coast, in the form of buses and the brand new modern trams which between them provide an efficient service from end to end.


Explore the Fylde Coast

Why not have a look at the other fabulous places to visit on the Fylde Coast with the other websites which are part of this series:

Visit Fleetwood
Visit Cleveleys
Visit Poulton-le-Fylde
Live Blackpool
Visit Lytham
Visit St Annes

Don’t forget that we’ve also got social media pages for each of these areas.

Also find us on Facebook, Twitter, G+, Pinterest and Instagram @visitFyldeCoast. The links are at the top of this page.

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Explore Beyond the Fylde Coast

The Fylde Coast is also a really handy and accessible place for exploring further afield.

For great walking routes follow the River Wyre and Lancaster Canal into the country. 

For quiet countryside the Forest of Bowland offers rural countryside. It includes the famous landmark Pendle Hill and plenty of opportunity for quiet enjoyment such as walking, cycling, fishing and horse riding.

Explore the trail of the Pendle Witches, the Pendle Way and the Pennine Cycleway, into Bronte Country and the magical hamlet of Wycoller.

Further afield is the world renowned Lake District and Yorkshire Dales. You might want to stop off at Morecambe or Lancaster on your way north to the Lakes.

If cities are your thing it’s not that far to Manchester and an hour to Liverpool and Chester.

Preston is about 40 minutes away.

Made in Preston is a website for things made and happening, past and present, in Preston and the surrounding area. 

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