Exploring the local area
Beaches and Fun....
La Falda is located on the beautiful coastline of East Lincolnshire. From peaceful beaches at Sutton on Sea to the lively resorts of Mablethorpe, Skegness, Ingoldmells and the nature reserves of Theddlethorpeand Gibraltar Point, the area has a great deal to offer everyone.
Sutton on Sea
A traditional family holiday resort with award winning beaches and a range of family attractions including a paddling pool, gardens, tennis, bowling and play equipment for all ages. There is a links golf course close by at Sandilands (01507 441432). The promenade and cycle way, which runs all the way from Mablethorpe to the north down to Huttoft car terrace to the south, ensures a safe environment to walk or cycle. There’s miles and miles of dog friendly beaches with only the central Blue Flag beach at Sutton, where the life guard is on duty, not allowing dogs in the summer months. https://www.suttononsea.info
Just along the coast Mablethorpe has attractions including fairground, Dunes and Mirage family entertainment centres, beach sand train, cinema and the Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre. https://www.mablethorpe.info
Skegness offers entertainment for all the family with attractions including day visits to Butlins, Natureland Seal Sanctuary, Skegness Aquarium, Pleasure Beach, Skegness pier and lovely gardens and beach. http://www.skegness.net/information.htm
Fantasy Island - Ingoldmells
For those loving the thrills and excitement of white knuckle rides, why not spend a day at Fantasy Island. Fantasy Island Lincolnshire’s largest daily indoor/outdoor market is next door.
Sutton on Sea is the ideal base for touring the villages and countryside of the Lincolnshire Wolds, with its collection of small market towns offering excellent shopping, architecture and site-seeing.
A quaint market town with market days on Tuesday and Friday. Attractions include Manor House museum and a working windmill. https://alford.info
The impressive gothic steeple of St James church can be seen for miles around. Narrow winding streets, old inns and Georgian architecture make Louth an interesting place to visit and shop. Market day and auction is Wednesday. http://www.visitoruk.com/Louth/
Lots of antique centres and excellent pine shops with home manufactured furniture. Market days are Thursday and Saturday. http://www.visitoruk.com/Horncastle/
Lincoln is famous for its magnificent cathedral, housing one of only four original copies of the Magna Carta. Lincoln has a wealth of medieval architecture, a superb castle, boat trips and excellent shopping. Lincoln Tourist Information
Burgh le Marsh
Once an ancient Roman settlement, Burgh Le Marsh is now a thriving little market town with traditional shops and a good selection of pubs. Look out for the 5-sail windmill, still in working order and the Anglo Saxon burial mound. https://www.burghlemarsh.info