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Morecambe Area Guide

What’s it like to live in Morecambe? Well, read our Morecambe Area Guide to find out more.

Home to ITV’s The Bay – Morecambe Bay is a great place to experience amazing sunsets. As well as discover natural landscapes and unearth your adventurous side with an incredible range of exhilarating outdoor activities.

The Bay is one of the best places in the UK. Renowned for high adrenalin outdoor activities, from sailing to powered paragliding, parachuting, windsurfing, mountain biking, horse riding and even kitesurfing.

Morecambe Bay stretches from the southwest coast of Cumbria to Fleetwood in Lancashire. Taking in coastal towns such as Grange Over Sands, Morecambe and Heysham.

The headlands of Morecambe Bay offer spectacular seascape views. The hardy and adventurous can experience a guided walk across the sands, taking in the wide-open vistas across the tidal sand and mudflats towards the Lake.

Morecambe enjoys one of the finest views from its promenade of any seaside town in England. A magnificent sweep of coastline and Bay, looking across to the Lakeland mountains.

Watch excellent waders and admire the marine-inspired artwork around the town. Enjoy afternoon tea at the iconic Midland Hotel and afterwards take a walk to see the Eric Morecambe statue. Standing in his famous pose, always a favourite for young and old.

Places to eat

Not only is Morecambe known for its fabulous beaches and scenery. It is also known for some amazing restaurants. Here are just a few:

  • Blue Mountain Restaurant: Simple English and European steaks, chicken and fish dishes, plus a kids’ menu, in relaxed surroundings.
  • No9: Beautiful local and steak dishes in a highly-rated local favourite setting.
  • The Brasserie Greek Restaurant: A cosy restaurant just off the Morecambe Central Promenade opposite the Clock Tower.
  • Rita’s Cafe: The most reviewed place to eat in Morecambe. Serving all-day breakfasts and other delights.

Our local property professional Tom McCann is the go-to person when it comes to knowledge of the Morecambe scene and property market. Get in touch with him here.

Alternatively, for the Morecambe Area Guide tourist information, click here. Or for local market information from Tom McCann, click here.

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