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From city and coast to countryside, Lincolnshire offers a winning mix of beautiful holiday environments to explore. Take a trip through history and enjoy the vibrant city of Lincoln, enjoy a wild wander along the gorgeous coastline, or admire the stunning inland scenery of patchwork fields and fens. Lincolnshire’s size and space makes it perfect for a little peace and quiet on a break, and there is no shortage of activities to enjoy, beautiful locations to explore plus ways to unwind and enjoy an amazing escape.

Things to do in Lincolnshire

Walking & Hiking in Lincolnshire

Walking & Hiking

Almost tailor-made to treat your feet, the gorgeous Lincolnshire landscape is comprised of hills and fens, long sandy beaches with sweeping views to sea, enchanting woodland trails and many more naturally stunning sights. The Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is the perfect place to stretch your legs. These gentle hills allow you to explore medieval villages and share in the breath-taking beauty that inspired Tennyson amongst others. With routes to suit all ages and abilities, there’s no better way to explore Lincolnshire’s natural loveliness.

Cycling in Lincolnshire

Cycling

A relatively gentle terrain, and stunning, sparsely populated areas, makes cycling in Lincolnshire a total delight. The Lincolnshire Wolds Cycle Route offers plenty of dedicated rides to suit all abilities, with tranquil lanes and bridleways offering a brilliant and beautiful way to find your bearings. More advanced riders will love taking the Hull-to-Harwich National Cycle Route, the National Byway, or the mainly off-road Water Rail Way which winds alongside the River Witham between Lincoln and Boston.

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Beaches in Lincolnshire

Beaches

Lincolnshire is home to plenty of beautiful beaches. From the classic seaside charms of Skegness and Cleethorpes to the windswept wilds of Anderby or stunning, small beaches at Sutton on Sea or Mablethorpe, there is a stunning stretch of shoreline for every occasion. With over 50 miles of coast to explore, a brilliant seaside break awaits in Lincolnshire, and the gorgeous scenery allows you to enjoy all kinds of different breaks. You can take a walk along coastal paths, enjoy fun-fairs and promenades, take a culinary tour of the finest seafood or go wildlife spotting amongst the marshes and reed beds.

Town & Cities in Lincolnshire

Towns and Cities

From historic charms to contemporary attractions, Lincolnshire’s vibrant towns and cities offer plenty to keep all ages entertained. Explore the breath-taking beauty of Lincoln Cathedral and Castle, home to one of only four copies of the Magna Carta, or take a shopping trip amongst its boutique shops and amazing eateries, there are all kinds of ways to enjoy the city’s beauty. The perfectly preserved town of Stamford offers all kinds of incredible architecture along with art attractions and more, and there’s plenty more to enjoy at the seaside and more.

Places to visit

Lincoln

Lincoln

Make history on your Lincolnshire holiday at the stunning city of Lincoln. The grand Gothic cathedral and wonderful castle are just two of the wonderful historic attractions. With plenty more to enjoy and explore, including brilliant shops and eateries, it’s an amazing place for an escape.

Louth

Louth

Treat your taste buds with a trip to Lincolshire’s foodie capital. Here you will find fine produce and a warm welcome amongst the weekly markets and local traders. The Georgian streets are a pleasure to explore, and there’s a wonderfully relaxing ambience to enjoy too.

Chambers Farm Wood

Chambers Farm Wood

If you’re seeking rest, relaxation and plenty of stunning scenic beauty then pay a visit to Chambers Farm Wood Nature Reserve. The ancient medieval woodland offers ancient lime trees, beautiful butterflies and winding trails that are perfect for walking the dog, cycling and more.

Lincoln Castle

Lincoln Castle

An attraction with a fascinating tale to tell, history really does come to life at Lincoln Castle. A home for kings and convicts, it also still houses one of only four copies of the original Magna Carta from 1215. Explore dungeons and towers, walk the walls and have a great day out.

Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre

Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre

More recent history can be enjoyed at this recreated World War II airfield. The sense of being somewhere very special is obvious when you see taxy runs along the airstrip from the rare Lancaster Bomber, and it is a brilliant place to learn all about magnificent people and their flying machines.

RSPB Frampton Marsh

RSPB Frampton Marsh

Lincolnshire’s rich marshland provides a rich habitat for all kinds of wonderful wildlife and Frampton Marsh also offers a fantastic day out for all the family. See avocets, redshanks, skylarks, whimbrels and all kinds of winged wonders.

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