Local Tourist Attractions near Sutton on Sea
We are situated only 20 minutes walk by footpath or 1.5 miles by car (free parking) from the sea. The gloriously sandy Blue Flag beaches near us are dog friendly throughout the year. The promenade stretches for miles, so bring your walking shoes, bikes or wheelchairs and enjoy the wonderful healthy East Coast air. Other facilities nearby include bowling, golf, tennis and horse riding.
Sutton on Sea
the local town with lots of family-run shops and the Sutton on Sea Carnival in July. Mablethorpe with its Fun Fair and the Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary are well worh a visit. The World famous Bathing Beauties Beach Hut Festival (September) is great fun for all the family.
Close by, you can visit the market towns of Alford, Louth, Boston and Spilsby which offer the hustle and bustle of traditional street markets. The rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds are just a short ride away.
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Further afield you can visit the Battle Of Britain display at RAF Coningsby, enjoy the beauty of Snipedales Country Park and Nature Reserve a day at Market Rasen races or take in a show and the illuminations at Skegness.
A day out might include a drive up the coast to the Fishing Heritage Museum at Grimsby over the spectacular Humber Bridge to the Deep at Hull.
Also you might like to visit Tattershall Castle, or historic city of Lincoln. Have a trip on the Boston Belle sailing through the maritime town of Boston on the Wash.Mablethorpe: seaside resort on the Lincolnshire Coast just north of Sutton on Sea.
Mablethorpe has sandy blue flag beaches, a Cinema with 2 screens, the Dunes Funfair and the Seal Sanctuary. Sand-racing for motorbikes in the Winter.Alford: Ancient Market Town at the foot of the Wolds in Lincolnshire.
A good day out is in Alford which features Alford Manorhouse museum and tearooms, Alford Five-Sailed Windmill tearooms with flour for sale and the Alford Craft Market on Bank Holidays.