59 Skegness – MabelthorpeSkegness - Mabelthorpe
This is a great journey that encompasses classic seaside japery and games in Skegness with coastal beauty and quintessentially Lincolnshire scenery
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Mablethorpe in the UK is a small coastal town known for its Blue Flag sandy beach, which stretches for four miles. The beach is also home to one of the UK's first purpose-built lifeboat stations, dating back to 1888. Today, the Mablethorpe Lifeboat Station is run by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) and continues to provide life-saving services to the community.
This is a great journey that encompasses classic seaside japery and games in Skegness with coastal beauty and quintessentially Lincolnshire scenery. It’s a trip that provides lovely green pastures, gentle underlying slops and serene fields, culminating in more innocent fun and entertainment in the coastal town of Mabelthorpe, which also showcases a magnificent Blue Flag Award Winning beach consisting of two miles of soft golden sand.
As the bus travels through Ingoldmells, customers are surrounded by rolling hills, fields of crops, and charming countryside villages, which are home to a variety of historic buildings, such as the St Peter’s Church, a medieval church that dates back to the 12th century. The village is also home to the vibrant and bustling Fantasy Island Theme Park, which offers a fun-filled day out for families and thrill-seekers alike.
The bus continues through Chapel St Leonards and folk are surrounded by undulating, lush green pastures, and quaint coastal homes, in a setting that offers a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of Skegness, left behind. The village is also home to a wide sandy beach, which is popular with families and sunbathers alike. This fascinating journey continues through Hogsthorpe, a charming coastal village with lovely historic buildings, such as the St Andrew’s Church, a medieval church that dates back to the 12th century.
Finally, the denouement to this great trip is Mablethorpe, a bustling seaside town surrounded by rolling hills and lush green fields, dotted with colourful beach huts and amusement parks, and home to a wide sandy beach.
A Fab Day Out!
Starting in Skegness, a popular seaside town known for its sandy beaches and fun-filled attractions, you can visit the Skegness Pier, which offers stunning views of the sea and is a great spot for fishing, sunbathing, and ice-cream eating. You can also explore the town’s many arcades, shops, and restaurants, such as the popular Richmond Holiday Centre, where you can enjoy a meal, play some games, or simply relax.
Next, hop on the 59 bus and make your way to Ingoldmells, a charming coastal village known for its vibrant market, which is open every day and offers a wide range of goods, including souvenirs, clothing, and fresh produce. It’s also the home of the iconic holiday camp, Butlins. You can also visit the nearby Fantasy Island Theme Park, which is home to a variety of rides, attractions, and shows, making it a great place for families and party-goers alike.
As you continue your journey, you’ll reach Chapel St Leonards, a quaint coastal village that offers a quiet and peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the seaside. Here, you can take a relaxing stroll along the sandy beach or visit one of its many cozy cafes, such as the popular Chapel Cafe, where you can enjoy a delicious meal or a refreshing drink.
In Hogsthorpe, you can take a stroll through the charming village, which is home to a variety of historic buildings, such as the St Andrew’s Church, a medieval church that dates back to the 12th century and offers a peaceful and peaceful setting for reflection.
Finally, your journey will end in Mablethorpe, a fab and popular seaside town known for its wide sandy beaches, bustling arcades, live entertainment, fab restaurants and fun-filled attractions, such as the Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary, which is home to a variety of rescued seals, and is a great place for families and animal lovers.
Gateway to 59, by train from Nottingham to Skegness on East Midlands Railway or from London to Lincoln on LNER and then on East Midlands Railway to Skegness
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