One of the first places you want to go when you come to Morecambe on holiday is Morecambe promenade of course, with its amazing views across the bay to the Lake District hills, and with its 5 miles of promenade, why wouldn’t you want to go for a walk or cycle along it. Once you have finished outside, come back and have a sit in the large bay window of our self catering holiday accommodation, and watch other people enjoy the view too.
If you fancy a stroll along the promenade then The Tern Project trail of public art (PDF) is a nice walk or ride as you get to see Eric Morecambe statue and the stone jetty which is less than a mile long.
If you would like to make up your own route then the Lancaster and Morecambe Cycling Map (PDF) shows you the cycling network so you can decide where you want to go on your bike ride.
With Carnforth only a 12 minutes drive from our holiday flats, there are lovely walks along the canal; Carnforth Canal Walks (PDF) shows you 4 different walks you can go on. Did you know that Carnforth railway station was used for the David Lean’s film Brief Encounter? Well lots of people like to visit this and it has tea rooms that resembles the set used.
The Walking for All (PDF) has walks of Morecambe, Lancaster & The Lune Valley area, there are 9 walks and vary in distance and difficulty.
With cycling in mind the District has an extensive cycling network and is the largest in Lancashire. The Cycling for All (PDF) shows six routes which are around Morecambe, Lancaster & The Lune Valley. There is also the Cycling for All 2 (PDF) which shows another eight routes around Morecambe, Lancaster & The Lune Valley.
If you want to do a circular route the City, Coast & Countryside Circuit (PDF) which takes you through the city of Lancaster, the coast of Morecambe and the countryside of Hest Bank.
If you didn’t bring your bike, you can always hire one. If you did bring your bike you can store the bike in the garage that is provided with the flat when you come to stay with us in Morecambe at our self catering accommodation.