Cala Gran Holiday Park you will never be short of things to do, with miles of stunning beach accessible from the park, and the seaside town of Blackpool just waiting to be explored.
Blackpool Tower - Open to the public since 1894. You will travel up the lift to the very top where you will find some of the best views of Blackpool you will ever see. You can also look down though the glass floor to the very bottom.
Blackpool Zoo - with over 1,000 animals are looked after by the zookeepers, with everything from giraffes to zebras and much more. You’ll find the only gorillas in North West England here and the Sea Lion display is an experience that will live long in the memory. You will also find a miniature railway onsite, and cafés and restaurants make this viable for a long day out.
Farmer Parrs Animal World - has an animal farm, museum, pottery, tea room / shop, outdoor play area and large indoor barns.
The Winter Gardens Blackpool - will keep you entertained with rich and diverse show and event programming.
Stanley Park - is where you can enjoy a relaxing afternoon on the acres of lush lawns where you can take a relaxing stroll or play games with the family, about a 20-minute walk from Blackpool’s famous promenade. Designed and built in the 1920s by Thomas Mawson, it’s a grade II-listed site and is part of the Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England.
Blackpool Trams - The tracks date back to 1885 and is one of the only sites in the world that uses double decker trams. The line itself runs along 11 miles of coast and is the best way for a day out along the Lancashire coast. Towards the end of the year some of the trams are illuminated to coincide with Blackpool Illuminations.