Explore around and beyond St Annes – look at Fairhaven and Ansdell and then travel further afield.
The Visit St Annes website includes the general St Annes area, as you can see on this section of Google maps. Click on it to go to Google and explore more.
Why is it called Lytham St Annes?
Collectively they are known as Lytham St Annes.
Explore Around St Annes
The Visit St Annes website includes information about the local Thornton Cleveleys area. It includes the areas marked in red on the map above.
-Fairhaven and Fairhaven Lake
Explore Around and Beyond St Annes
The Fylde Coast offers something for everyone. There’s rural landscape to enjoy, hectic Blackpool and beaches. Enjoy lakeside walks in Lytham, outlet shopping at Freeport Fleetwood – markets in Poulton and much, much more.
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Explore beyond the Fylde Coast
Have a look at our parent website Visit Fylde Coast for ideas of places which you could visit using the Fylde Coast as a base.
You could easily travel to Preston, Manchester, the Lake District and more. There’s so much to see and do in a relatively short distance.
Getting to St Annes
St Annes and the Fylde Coast is well served by main roads and motorways. You can travel in, out and around relatively easily. St Annes is quite near to the M55 and motorway network which makes it even more convenient.
There’s an excellent public transport service provided by Blackpool Transport. The bus fleet includes many brand new Palladium style buses.
New modern trams operate alongside the heritage fleet from Squires Gate where St Annes meets Blackpool. You can ride the tram network from the end of the sand dunes right through to Fleetwood.
Enjoy the Fylde Coast
The whole of the Fylde Coast is a fabulous place for everyone to enjoy. You might be lucky enough to live here, live close enough to enjoy day trips, or be heading here for your next holiday.
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