Experience a perfect day by the seaside at the traditional resort of Cleveleys, approximately four miles north of Blackpool.
Famous for its miles of sand and spectacular sunsets, Jubilee Beach attracts visitors all year round. One of two designated bathing waters in Wyre, this stretch of beach is the perfect spot to enjoy traditional seaside activities such as building sandcastles, flying kites, walking or cycling.
Take a walk or hop on a bike to cycle along the multi-award winning promenade, which received a £26 million renovation in 2010, and take in the sweeping views. Jubilee Beach attracts a myriad of migrating birds, so you might spot some wildlife along the way.
Cleveleys high street waits just beyond the promenade, a bustling shopping district boasting a variety of independent boutique stops and big name favourites. If you’re looking for a delicious bite to eat, you’ll find everything from rustic, home-made pies and pastries to gourmet hand-pressed burgers. Or, go for the full seaside experience and get a traditional Lancashire chippy.
Take a walk toward Rossall and explore the Mythic Coastline a series of art sculptures which bring to life the story of The Sea Swallow, igniting the imagination of children and adults alike. Snap a photograph of the much loved Mary’s Shell, or see if you can spot the Sea Ogre lurking on the sands when the tide is out!
On your stroll, you’ll also discover a state of the art cinema and a modern gym facility. Just across the road from the promenade is Jubilee Gardens, which boasts a children’s play area, grasslands and a multi-use games area and skate park.
Parking is available nearby. View a full listing of free and pay and display car parks
Bathing water quality
Jubilee Beach is one of Wyre’s designated bathing waters, and has been classified as ‘good’ in terms of water quality under tough European cleanliness standards.
All four of Wyre’s beaches fly the Seaside Award flag, distinguishing them as amongst the best in the country. Keep Britain Tidy’s Seaside Awards are the nationwide standard for the best beaches across the UK. The flag is a symbol of quality which ensures visitors are guaranteed to find a clean, safe, attractive and well-managed coastal stretch.
Seasonal dog ban
We welcome dogs on the majority of our beaches, but to help keep our bathing waters clean and healthy, we operate a seasonal dog ban at both of our designated bathing waters, Marine Beach Fleetwood and Jubilee Beach Cleveleys. Anyone exercising their dog on these beaches from 1 May to 30 September will be issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice. Dogs are welcome on other stretches of the beach during summer meaning there’s still plenty of space they can enjoy!