At Marine Beach, sandy beaches run up to the seafront pathway, backed by pretty beach huts painted in pastel colours.
Here you’ll find families and children playing and enjoying the fresh air and seaside, and sheltering from the worst of the weather or just using the beach huts to store their stuff and make a cup of tea on long sunny days.
Marine Beach stretches from the North Euston Hotel, past the beach huts and the swimming baths, behind the Marine Hall and bowling greens to the Kite Club, where the managed beach gives way to the natural dunes.
This area has also got a community spirit of its own, being the base for the kite club, plus the cafe which sits alongside.
You’ll often see displays of kitesurfing on the beach here, along with people from all over the Fylde coast who enjoy this sport, Fleetwood attracts enthusiasts from all over the north west and even further afield. Because of the shape of the coastline, if the weather conditions aren’t quite right here, the kitesurfers usually go around the coast to Cleveleys!
As well as kitesurfing acrobatics, you’ll often see the huge display kites flying above the beach, like the one in the clip below.
There is a free pay and display car park against the seafront at the left of the Marine Hall and gardens which is signposted and accessed from the promenade near to The Mount public house (below left).
This car park is also where the funfair comes to visit a couple of times during the year.
Marine Beach holds a Seaside Award, awarded by Keep Britain Tidy for cleanliness and good management.
This means that dogs are not allowed on Marine Beach in the summer season.
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Beach Huts at Fleetwood
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Kiting on Marine Beach Fleetwood