The beaches along the Lake District’s western shore are sandy and shingle jewels waiting to be discovered. Whilst there may not be lifeguards and bright shops selling inflatable toys, pack your bucket and spade and enjoy a Lake District beach holiday.
From seals watching to sunset horseback rides; dog walking to paddling. Lake District beaches are quiet and unique gems. Let’s take a look at the top 5.
Haverigg Beach, Millom
This award-winning beach at the mouth of the Duddon Estuary sits just outside the Lake District, on the outskirts of the delightful seaside town of Millom.
Haverigg Beach is a superb place to bring the family to enjoy kite flying, watching the boats in the little lake, playing in the golden white sands or taking to saddle back to enjoy spectacular sunsets on horseback.
And the picture of Haverigg, the picture-postcard English fishing village, is complete with the pretty little newly refurbished lighthouse.
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