Thanks to lockdowns and travel restrictions, 2021 was officially the year to holiday closer to home! Luckily for us, it didn’t even feel like a compromise. Moreover, there are countless reasons to stay in the UK, especially during summer. Unquestionably, it might be small, but when it comes to picturesque landscapes, world-class attractions and rich heritage, the UK can’t be beaten.
July breaks in Lincolnshire
July brings the start of the school summer holidays and we’ve got plenty of UK holidays in July for the kids. Unquestionably, Lincolnshire is a county of contrast which welcomes everyone – including your four-legged friend too! Lincolnshire is known for its beautiful open spaces, so there are lots of great places for you to take in the natural beauty whilst out with your fury friend. Alternatively, discover the best of the Lincolnshire coastline.
A trip to Lincolnshire with the kids wouldn’t be right without visiting the Skegness. Skegness, Skeggy or even known as Skegvegas by the locals is the ultimate seaside resort. It’s packed with things to do! The resort beach has been award he prestigious blue flag award. Meanwhile the attractions are endless, from arcade fun to beach theme parks and seal pups at Nature. It’s the perfect place to holiday for those looking for a jam-packed holiday.
UK July holidays
However, for those looking for a quieter place to spend a UK holiday in July Anderby beach is the perfect place. It’s peaceful and tranquil away from the noisy tourist attractions. Moreover, the beach is truly unspoilt here with only a beach café, traditional pub with a beer garden and a small village shop.
Besides beaches, you can explore the great nearby countryside. Not to forget to discover the rich history and heritage across the county. From Roman ruins and Norman gems to Tudor palaces and splendid Victorian houses – there really is so much to see. Lincolnshire is bursting with spectacular heritage across the county! And with warmer weather, it’s a great time to get out and explore the picturesque county of Lincolnshire.