Lytham and St Annes on the Sea
Two coastal towns often referred to collectively as Lytham St Annes, these are two towns closely linked, but each with a distinct identity. St Anne’s on the Sea has a wide beach, sand dunes, Victorian pier, beach huts, many top quality hotels, Promenade, many shops, busy town centre, parks and open spaces and is a very popular family destination, but popular all year round for visitors of all ages. Just down the road Lytham has the iconic windmill, the listed Lytham Hall with its Georgian origins, many restaurants, Lytham Green, Lytham Heritage Centre, Lowther Pavilion Theatre and Gardens to name but a few. There’s four very renowned and popular golf courses to choose from too. Both towns offer dramatic views across the Ribble Estuary towards Southport and North Wales and there’s plenty of golf courses and wide open spaces to explore.