Cumbrian coastal peninsula with easy access to the Lake District, and to the Yorkshire Dales
Situated high above Morecambe Bay; enjoying spectacular panoramic views of the bay against a backdrop of the fells of Cumbria, and the moors of Yorkshire
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An area of 310 sq km. One of the UK’s premier sites for waders and wildfowl.
Well known for its sunsets, but equally famous for its constantly shifting channels, its dangerous quicksands, and its fast rising tides, including the tidal bore.
The inseparable pair travel everywhere -
but Silverdale woods preferred!