Often bracketed with Kents Bank beach, Grange-over Sands looks east over Morecambe Bay. It’s also the starting point for walks into the bay at low tide. Be sure to stick to guided walks. There is also excellent coastal walking from here. The beach itself is both grassy and tidal, as you’d expect from its setting, and fishing is popular too. The town is an Edwardian timepiece, with attractive parks, varied shopping, as well as pubs and hotels. Proximity to Cartmel is advantageous, including the celebrated L’Enclume restaurant. With the southern Lakes nearby, natural beauty abounds.
The promenade gardeners at Grange-over-Sands.
A fine autumn morning by the sea.