Southport is an elegant Victorian town and seaside resort. People have spent their holidays here for over a hundred years. Just minutes walking from Castle Mews you'll find:-
▪ The Promenade, Marine Drive and beach
▪ The shops of Lord Street
▪ A wide choice of restaurants and pubs
▪ Southport Railway Station
▪ Marine Lake
▪ Parks and Gardens
▪ Dunes Splashworld Leisure Centre
▪ Floral Hall complex
▪ Not forgetting England's longest pier!
Southport is also famous for its world class golf courses. The British Open Golf Championship will hosted at Southport’s Royal Birkdale Club in 2017.
Southport is also home to a unique and amazing natural environment. It is one of the largest areas of undeveloped dune systems in England. The resort’s beach is home to thousands of wading birds and the RSPB reserve at Marshside is a great place for bird watching. There are more birds at Martin Mere Wildfowl and Wetlands trust, or you may prefer the red squirrels in the pinewoods at the National Trust reserve at Freshfield, Formby.
Southport’s main bathing beach is at Ainsdale on Sea, where there are lifeguards on duty during the summer and areas have been set aside for kite surfing and kite buggies.
With its beach, coastline, parks and wide flat roads Southport is ideal for easy walking and cycling.
Liverpool, with all its attractions is nearby. There are frequent trains from Southport so whether you are on holiday or have business in Liverpool, you can relax and leave the car behind.
Find out more at VisitSouthport.com!
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