Cleethorpes is a beautiful Victorian resort and its 4 miles of golden sands have been a magnet for tourists since the railway arrived in 1863. A modern resort which maintains its traditional appeal, Cleethorpes undoubtedly offers the perfect blend for visitors and locals who can enjoy an exciting events programme, thrilling water sports, cultural and culinary experiences, retail therapy and a stunning wildlife spotting coastline.
The long stretch of coastline is split into four areas, North and Central Proms, Marine Embankment and Humberston Fitties with an area of the saltmarsh providing the perfect spot for bird and nature watching.
The promenade, road and a footpath run the entire length of the beaches. The area adjacent to the main beaches is a traditional style promenade, which runs from the North Prom beach via Central Prom to Cleethorpes Leisure Centre. It then becomes a public bridal way with cycle, walking and land train lanes.
Much of the beach in Cleethorpes is soft sand. However, there are mud warnings in force all year round along the length of the beach. Visitors are advised the check the tide times for advice on incoming tides.