Visit Lincolnshire 2012Brochure
Lincolnshire is known for its 'Big Skies' and 'Big Views' of unspoilt rural countryside.
Visitors seeking a sense of space will appreciate Lincolnshire's distinctly different landscapes - from the hills and valleys of the Wolds and the Vales, to the natural coast and the marshy Fenlands.
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Families will relish the safe, blue flag beaches and traditional resorts of Skegness, Cleethorpes and Mablethorpe.
And nature lovers will be delighted to spot the wide variety of animals and birds amongst the sand dunes, salt marshes and at the many bird and wildlife reserves in the county.
There's an abundance of history and heritage in the county.
Lincoln's history dates back to Roman times. Within historic Lincoln's Roman walls, tour Europe's finest Gothic Cathedral and imposing medieval Castle, commissioned by William the Conqueror. Add to this a quaint shopping area with an award winning historic street and the opportunity to try a Roman Walk or a Ghost Tour and you have a fun day out the whole family will enjoy.
Discover historic hamlets and thriving market towns such as Horncastle, a renowned centre for antiques and Edwardian spa town Woodhall Spa. Elegant Stamford was described by Sir Walter Scott as "the finest scene between London and Edinburgh" and is remarkable for its fine Georgian buildings and medieval street pattern. The completeness of its architecture lead the BBC to choose Stamford as a set for its costume drama "Middlemarch".
Fancy doing something a bit different?
And with Lincolnshire voted the UK's favourite food spot in 2011, why not picture yourself somewhere different this year?
Call 0844 888 9525 for your free guide.
Head off to somewhere different!.
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