Morecambe promenade and beaches
A brightly painted boat on Morecambe beach
Morecambe's charming promenade and beaches are the perfect place for families and friends to enjoy traditional seaside fun, or for lovers of the great outdoors to enjoy the unique beauty of Morecambe Bay.
Look out over the panoramic sweep of Morecambe Bay to the Lakeland hills beyond. Stroll along the golden sands of Morecambe beach, dipping your toe in the bracing sea.
Have a coffee or an ice cream in one of the cafes lining the seafront, or visit the Eric Morecambe statue which looks out across the Promenade. See the art influences of the Tern project - a series of art installations along the promenade - and the art deco facade of the lovingly restored Midland Hotel.
Love My Beach campaign
For family fun, there is a cinema, bowling alley and amusements - but nothing is better than a sunny day with a sandy beach and waves to splash in!
Love your beach!
Find out what you can do to help keep our local beaches and bathing waters clean. Visit lovemybeach.org for further information and updates.
Morecambe's beaches are designated bathing waters, which must meet minimum water quality standards, as set by the EC Bathing Water Directive. To find out more visit our bathing water quality page.
Where to stay, what to see and do
Planning a visit to Morecambe Bay? See our Morecambe visitor website for details of:
- Where to Stay in Morecambe
- Morecambe Festivals by the Sea
- Attractions in and Around Morecambe
- What's On and Events in Morecambe
- Eating Out in Morecambe
Fishing, boat launching and mooring
For details of where and how you can moor and launch boats, and to apply for a disabled angling permit, please see our Promenade Permits page.
Dog walking on Morecambe's beaches
Please help us to keep Morecambe's beaches clean by observing the dog control notices for Morecambe's north and south beaches between 1 May and 30 September.