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Lincolnshire is the UK's 2nd largest county by area and boasts a diverse landscape of sandy beaches, lush woodland, rolling fields and bustling communities. It has over 50 miles of coastline stretching from The Humber in the north to The Wash in the south. prominent cities and towns in the area include Lincoln, Cleethorpes and Boston. Static caravans, chalets and lodges are very popular with visitors.

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MARCH - MAY High 13.07°c Low 5.37°c Precipitation 0.03mm/hr
JUNE - AUGUST High 20.53°c Low 12.25°c Precipitation 0.02mm/hr
SEPTEMBER - NOVEMBER High 14.46°c Low 8.05°c Precipitation 0.03mm/hr
DECEMBER - FEBRUARY High 7.27°c Low 1.72°c Precipitation 0.01mm/hr

THINGS TO DO IN Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire has many seaside towns including Cleethorpes and Skegness which are very popular holiday destinations, the county includes miles of scenic coastline and beaches, charming small towns and villages full of character and plenty of open spaces allowing visitors to get away from it all and enjoy the best of the scenic countryside. Local attractions & places of interest include Lincolnshire Wolds (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), Lincoln Castle, Lincoln Cathedral, Tattershall Castle and Pleasure Island Family Theme Park.


Lincoln is an ideal destination for a city break with much to offer. There are a number of independent boutiques for that unique shopping experience along with a wealth of places to eat and drink. The city is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is ready to be explored with various walks and cycle routes, where you'll find quaint market towns, beautiful scenery, and aviation history along the way.


Skegness is an English seaside resort offering classic seaside activities such as donkey rides on the beach, walks along the pier, crazy golf and many more. More commonly known as “Skeggy” it is also home to a number of international arts and music festivals which take place every year. There are plenty of things for everyone to enjoy, from roller coaster rides to a visit to the famous seal sanctuary, Skegness has something to offer everyone.


Stamford is a historic town located in the South West corner of Lincolnshire. It has a busy market day every Friday during which you will find the pavements are packed with eager shoppers stocking up on local vegetables, meats, pies, bread and fresh fish. Stamford’s narrow alleyways and hidden courtyards are home to a variety of speciality shops, fine jewellers and designer boutiques, whilst the High Street has a great choice of independent and recognised retailers.


Lincolnshire’s sausages are distinguished from other sausages by the coarsely chopped or ground pork and use of sage which is found in the county’s pork pies as well. Don’t miss the award-winning handmade Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese; succulent beef from the Lincoln Red; or the famous Lincolnshire plumbread.


There are two major routes which pass into Lincolnshire, the M180 starts from the M18 passing south of Scunthorpe before downgrading to the A180 onwards to Grimsby. The A1 enters in the southernmost part of the county briefly passing by the historic town of Stamford, before travelling north to Grantham. North Lincolnshire can also be accessed by the Humber Bridge from the East Riding of Yorkshire. A number of towns within Lincolnshire are served by Coach and Rail links which operate daily.