Called Lancashire's 'Coastal Gem', Lytham is characterised by its picturesque windmill on the expansive Lytham Green, with views across the estuary to Southport, and its numerous quaint tea shops. Traditionally a small fishing town, Lytham has grown into a stylish destination for those wishing to escape cities but unwilling to give up up- market restaurants, cafes and bars.
Many visitors spend their time perusing the numerous boutique shops, strolling on the green, or visiting Lytham Hall, Lytham's iconic Georgian mansion house.
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Being a popular seaside resort, there’s plenty for families and for the young at heart, from strolling down St Annes Promenade and taking in the spectacular views to enjoying the parks and gardens and wide open sandy beach, dunes and traditional pier. Enjoy a game of bowls or mini golf, browse through the many shops in the town centre – or even get married at the stunning Town Hall!
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The Isle of Coll
The Isle of Coll is located off the West Coast of Scotland, in the Inner Hebrides. It is a rugged and beautiful island that benefits from an abundance of spectacular beaches and varied flora and fauna. Due to the low population of around two hundred residents, there is little pressure on the local environment and as a result visitors benefit from truly being able to escape. Spectacular empty beaches, a total lack of traffic and clean air are just some of the many attractions.
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