Things to see and do - Morecambe
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This traditional seaside resort extends along a wide bay not far from Heysham. A little further away is the Furness Peninsula and the mountains of the Lake District. The estuary is a haven for wintering waders and waterfowl. An 8km-long promenade lines the resort. Attractions include swimming pools, a theme park, and a miniature village for children. Beautiful sunsets may be enjoyed from the Promenade Arena near the Winter Gardens.
Tourist attractions Morecambe : Things to see and do
A589 GB - Heysham LA32
Below the headland stands St Peter's Church, of Saxon origin but considerably rebuilt. It contains an Anglo-Norman hogback tombstone (south aisle) decorated with details from Norse mythology and Christian symbols.
257 Marine Road GB - Morecambe LA4 4BJ
Prix Prices from : 35 £
This seafront hotel is located on Morecambe Promenade across from the famous Eric Morecambe Statue. It offers en suite rooms, homemade food and panoramic views across Morecambe Bay. Bright and spacious rooms at The Royal Hotel feature a TV and tea a..
27 Main Road GB - Morecambe LA5 8DQ
Prix Prices from : 38 £
With free parking and Wi-Fi, The Royal Hotel is within a 25-minute drive of Kendal and the Lake District. In the village of Bolton-le-Sands, this Lancashire inn provides bed and breakfast and dining in a canal-side location, 4 miles from Morecambe. ..
Marine Road East, Morecambe GB - Morecambe LA4 5AW
Located on Morecambe’s East Promenade with views over Morecambe Bay, Headway Hotel features free parking and rooms with private bathrooms. The hotel’s lounge provides live entertainment for guests. Rooms at Headway offer a TV, along with tea and cof..