Pilling Sands beach is located on the southern corner of Morecambe Bay and is really a salt marsh with large areas of sand when the tide goes out.
Pilling Sands is not really a traditional beach to visit but is a popular beach for activities including kite sports, horse riding and walking. The Pilling Sea Embankment runs along the coast here and was built to protect the agricultural land from flooding from the sea and is part of the Lancashire Coastal Way, this sea defence is a good location for bird watching, although dogs are NOT allowed on the embankment.
Parking is at Lane Ends Amenity Area where you can also find a picnic site, and for other amenities like a pub, you will need to visit Pilling village.
Pilling Sands Beach is dog friendly and allows dogs all year.
No water quality measurement available for Pilling Sands Beach.
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Our tide forecast for Pilling Sands Beach in Lancashire.
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