Pictures of Mablethorpe
The lively seaside resort of Mablethorpe with its magnificent sweep of golden sands, offers much to the visitor and has something for everyone. So settled is this coastal town that it is difficult to imagine that the Middle Ages saw the first parish of Mablethorpe swallowed up by the sea. Sometimes, at low tide, you can see traces of the original shore line.
The beach is beautiful, there are miles and miles of soft golden sands that in places are backed by grassy sand dunes and followers of the works of Tennyson will know that he visited Mablethorpe with his brother in the early part of the 19th-century. It is believed they sought peace and quiet on the day his first complete book of poems was published. Today, these same dunes, together with the beach and bustling promenade, attract thousands of visitors and solitude would be hard to find.
Swimming from the sandy beach is completely safe, but in any event, Mablethorpe has its own lifeboat station and the beach is patrolled at regular intervals. Children have a marvellous time here, there are buckets and spades and glorious sandcastles wedged in between deck chairs and sun worshippers. The promenade is lively, it is thronged with amusement arcades and for the more energetic, there is a nearby golf course and of course there is crazy golf which everyone enjoys. There are theatres, shops and pubs. For a lovely family holiday, the attractions of Mablethorpe would be hard to beat
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