Things to do at Chapel St Leonards Beach

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Chapel St Leonards Beach which is home to the North Sea Observatory is a great place to visit. If you have come on holiday with the kids, then you want to keep them entertained. So, we have put together a great article on things to do at Chapel St Leonards Beach.

The beach at Chapel St Leonards, near Skegness in Lincolnshire is in my opinion one of the best beaches in Lincolnshire. The beach is less touristy than the main beach in Skegness, and to be honest a lot of Skegness holidaymakers don’t know about it. However, the Chapel St Leonards Beach which is a short journey from the Skegness main beach is worth a visit.

If you like walking, then you are in for a treat. The beach at Chapel St Leonards stretches for miles in both directions. The beach forms part of the English coastal path which stretches from the North Sea Observatory and takes you right into Skegness.

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To the south of the beach, it takes you to the resort town of Skegness, the walk is about 6 miles. To the north of Chapel St Leonards Beach entrance is Chapel Point. It was built during the Second World War as a coastal defence line. Past Chapel Point there is a lovely beach known as Anderby Creek and Sandilands. It is a lovely walk.

Those living in Skegness love the Chapel St Leonards beach because it is a lot quieter than the other beaches and unspoilt. The tide rarely comes inland which means it is a great place to sunbath. It is a great safe place for children of all ages to play.

The Post Code to put in your sat nav for the beach is PE24 5BQ

 

The North Sea Observatory

Things to do at Chapel St Leonards Beach

The North Sea Observatory which is a purpose-bult marine observatory cost two million pounds. The Chapel St Leonards attraction was completed in 2018 and has become an all-year attraction.

It offers amazing views of the dunes, the sea and the animals that live there. The North Sea Observatory is a great place for birdwatching. It has become a very popular attraction in Chapel St Leonards and the wider area. It has exhibitions, toilets, and plus a nice café.

North Sea Observatory, Chapel Point, St Leonards Drive, Chapel St Leonards PE24 5XA

 

Chapel St Leonards Beach FAQ

 

Are there places to buy food and drink?

Yes, you can go into the North Sea Observatory to purchase drinks and food.

 

Are there toilets at Chapel St Leonards Beach?

There are toilets in the North Sea Observatory

 

Is there parking?

There is a large pay and display car park behind the North Sea observatory.

 

Is Chapel St Leonards Beach dog friendly?

Dogs are allowed on the beach. However, from 1st May to 30th September they are not permitted on the busiest section with is 200m either side of the main pullover.

 

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