There’s more to Morecambe Bay than meets the eye, and something for everyone – you just need to know where to look. What will you discover?
Morecambe offers you the chance to enjoy the many pleasures of the seaside, whether it's flying kites, building sandcastles or enjoying the views across the bay!Learn More
Beautiful headland with a rich Viking history.Learn More
Sunderland Point is intriguing and unusual.Learn More
Ulverston is a fine market town in the centre of the Furness peninsula, with old buildings and a labyrinth of cobbled streets, and is the start of the 70 mile Cumbrian Way.Learn More
Arnside & Silverdale
A distinctive landscape on the shores of Morecambe Bay.Learn More
Warton Crag is a prominent limestone outcrop which stands sentinel over the village.Learn More
Make the short ferry boat crossing (seasonal) to Piel Island to explore the 14C castle. This fortress was built by the Abbot of Furness to guard Barrow-in-Furness against pirates and Scottish raiders.Learn More
Jenny Brown's Point & Jack Scout
Fleetwood is a Victorian seaside resort, founded with the railways and fishing, with historic charm.Learn More
Explore Morecambe Bay...
Seldom Seen is a walking audio tour which explores the hidden assets, stories, histories and nature of the wider area of Morecambe Bay. The walks cover Ulverston Canal Foot, Backbarrow, Hincaster and Heversham, Fort Walney and Sunderland Point.Learn More
Grange over Sands
Picturesque seaside town on the coast of the Cartmel peninsula.Learn More