South Shore Promenade

March 5, 2011 at 11:10 am
Known mostly for its famed piers and as a hub for the arts and culture, Blackpool has much more to offer as a tourist destination than most know. Set in the serene county of Lancashire, with amazing attractions such as the Sea Life Museum, Blackpool Tower, Grundy Art Museum and even the recently revamped and reopened Madame Tussarde’s Wax Museum, the city is bound to keep any visitor entertained for a long period of time. However, discounting all these wondering attractions, the natural beauty of Blackpool’s shoreline is in itself an incredible venue to check out. South shore pronenade is the southern-most beach located the city of Blackpool. Many of the city’s main sights and sounds are located in this region. It houses numerous pubs and bars along the coastline and is famous for being the home of English Premier League side, Blackpool Football Club. The centralized location in this particular area is Blackpool’s very own Blackpool Pleasure Beach. A myriad of bustling activities such as the south shore promenade, awaits eager visitors and you should very well mark it down as a “must-see” spot if you are ever travelling to England. Whether you’re here for the South Shore promenade, or simply to sight-see at your own leisurely time, rest assured that the area also comes fully littered with some of the best choices in terms of food and accommodation. Hotels are never a problem here and there are enough accommodations to cater to the most varied groups of visitors you can think of. Business travelers will have no issue finding a high-class hotel while the arts appreciators here to enjoy the South Shore promenade will be glad that there are just about as many scenic and affordable hotels available. Children will be able to enjoy events such as Blackpool Circus School Workshops, Salisbury Woodland Events as well as the Blackpool Mascot Olympics. There is even an annual Tree Dressing Festival which includes storytelling, arts, crats and tree dressing activities for a whole day of fun with the family. Other than the South Shore promenade, families also get to witness the Blackpool’s Annual Airshow, Tour of Britain Cycling Race and Cleveleys Sea Festival. One particular area in which Blackpool stands out is its dedication to veterans. The South Shore promenade for veterans will be held on the 27th of June and welcomes all visitors and interested parties to attend.