Welcome to Skegness.co.uk

With its broad sandy beach, fun friendly atmosphere and wealth of attractions nearby, it's easy to see why thousands of people choose to holiday in Skegness each year, many of whom return year after year. Originally just a small fishing village, it wasn't until the late 1800's, with the arrival of the railway that Skegness became popular as a tourist destination. Its popularity as a tourist destination was further strengthened when Billy Butlin opened his first holiday camp in 1936, Butlins Skegness.

Once you're here there's plenty to see and do.

Skegness beach and pier

Skegness beach is widely regarded as one of the cleanest in country and has won the BlueFlag beach award on multiple occasions. The BlueFlag award is given annually to beaches which meet a strict set of criteria relating to water quality, cleanliness, safety and services. The beach is regularly patrolled by lifeguards from late May to early September.

Looking for lively family fun? Why not pop down to Skegness Pier, home to an entertainment complex that's sure to keep you and your children entertained for hours.  A short stroll away is Natureland, where you'll experience the joy of meeting the resident seals and penguins, as well as a whole host of other animals.

For action and thrills suitable for all ages a visit to Fantasy Island theme park is a must. Come the evening, why not relax and unwind at the Embassy Theatre? The venue plays host to a variety of shows, gigs and comedy acts year-round and is popular with both locals and tourists alike.

Skegness has a vibrant mix of restaurants, pubs and bars catering to most tastes and wallets, from familiar chains like The Litten Tree, to smaller boutique bars and restaurants offering a more intimate atmosphere. And for the non-stop party animals amongst you, Skegness is well served by a number of late night bars and clubs that will keep you partying until the early hours.