Things to do at Mablethorpe Beach review
The central beach at Mablethorpe is a beautiful golden sandy beach that stretches for miles. It is accessible even at high tide and you can walk and walk along the beach. It’s certainly somewhere that you can easily find your own spot to enjoy the sand and the sea. The tide is pretty gentle at the beach although swimming between the lifeguard flags is highly recommended. There are also donkey rides on the beach in the summer months.
Mablethorpe beach is a blue flag award-winning beach. There’s plenty of attractions close by especially next to the main central beach. Along the front you will find places to eat including some wonderful fish and chips. There is also Dunes Leisure where there are plenty of family-friendly fairground rides. If you’ve forgotten any beach essentials there’s also a few handy shops.
Other attractions close by include crazy golf and amusements. Mablethorpe beach also has a wonderful sand train. It takes you all the way from the central beach north up the coastline to the Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary. On its return journey, the sand train even drives in the sea which is great fun and a real highlight to any visit. There is also a land train which also takes you to the seal sanctuary and back to town.
FAQ and Further Information Mablethorpe Beach
Is there food and drink available?
There are plenty of places to purchase a wide variety of food and drinks in Mablethorpe.
What are the main things to do?
Blue flag award winning sandy beach with facilities close by including rides, donkey rides, crazy golf, land train and sand train. There are public toilets.
Is there parking?
There are a few pay and display car parks close to the beach.
When are they open?
Mablethorpe beach is open all year round.
Dogs are welcome on the beach however, they are not permitted on the busier sections between May and September.
Are they accessible?
There is ramp access down to the beach.