A small traditional coastal village with an excellent well-kept, golden sandy beach. Making it the perfect traditional seaside destination for family days out by the coast. There is lifeguard cover on the beach from June to September.
Small traditional coastal village with excellent family-friendly sandy beach
Sutton-On-Sea has resisted over-development so it remains an old fashioned seaside town with a wide and clean beach for all to enjoy.
There are attractive gardens and a children’s paddling pool alongside a vast and well-preserved natural beach. Sutton-On-Sea is a much quieter coastal destination in comparison to neighbouring areas like Mablethorpe. An ideal location for taking in the wide open space, picnicking, building sandcastles as well as dog walking and swimming.
fun with the kids
Children don’t need to be told how to enjoy a beach, they just do! But we can heartily recommend the events programme throughout the year, particularly those put on by Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and RSPB where you can learn a skill while having fun.
things to do in the area
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Humber to The Wash Area
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Coastline between Grainthorpe Haven in the north and Saltfleet
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Sandilands to Chapel St Leonards, and inland to Hogsthorpe, Mumby, Anderby and Huttoft.
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Discover eye catching scenery on this cycle route from Sutton on Sea to Chapel St...