Port of Fleetwood

About Fleetwood, Guide and Tourist Attractions
(Fleetwood, Lancashire, England, UK)

A charming British coastal retreat, Fleetwood can make a pleasant stop off either side of your ferry crossing.

While the waterfront is the town's main source of entertainment, offering water sports, sailing trips and beach strolls, the nearby centre of Blackpool offers a much wider selection of attractions, with the focus being more on manmade highlights.

What to Do in Fleetwood

For many, Fleetwood is a welcome break from the urban jungle and it is an ideal place in which to breathe a little clean country air while taking in the pleasing coastal sights. Hire a boat for a day of fishing, try your hand at some water sports at Fleetwood's Windsurfing Club or simply take a relaxing stroll along the town's promenade.

Tourist Attractions

The town is not filled with an abundance of obvious tourist attractions and visitors looking for big thrills should make a trip to neighbouring Blackpool, where the fun fair and an extensive selection of other amusements await. For something a little more sedate, visit one of Fleetwood's lighthouses. Located in the town, both the Upper and Lower lighthouses are still fully operational. Alternatively, pay a visit to the Mount Craft Centre, where locally-hand crafted goods are available for viewing and purchase.

Fleetwood Port

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