There are some great sandy Beaches Close To Cala Gran, with some stunning views, some beaches have Blue Flags! most have car parking nearby.
Blackpool’s North Beach – with a great range of attractions for you to enjoy. Everything from breathtaking views to the the famous North Pier Theatre where you will find regular shows such as musical performances, comedy nights, and other acts.
There is also a Victorian tea room if you fancy a traditional British cream tea as well as an ornate Venetian Carousel that younger visitors will love or maybe just an ice-cream.
Also flanking the north beach at Blackpool is an arcade where you can play old fashioned yet charming games such as penny slots and the signature attraction here is a puppet of Sooty that belonged to Harry Corbett and dates from 1948
Bispham Beach - just to the north of Blackpool with views along the coast and out towards the Irish Sea. At high tide, the beach can be completely submerged, but when the tide is out a stretch of wet sands slopes very gently into the sea. The beach is accessed via steps so is not really suitable for those with mobility problems. The upper and lower promenades however are wheelchair/pushchair friendly and are also used by cyclists.
St. Annes - North Beach – used by dog walkers, kite flyers and families. In summer the dunes behind the beach provide day-trippers with a degree of shelter from sea breezes and can be popular with picnickers. . At low tide up to 300 metres of clean, golden sand is exposed, perfect for building sandcastles and playing beach games.
Cleveleys Beach - located just 4 miles north of the bright lights of Blackpool is the town of Cleveleys. This beach is great for all the family to enjoy such as traditional activities including building sand castles and flying kites.
Lytham St Annes Beach – The beach itself at St Annes is a huge expanse of golden sand. The sort that is perfect for running around on and building sandcastles. It’s also a great spot for a paddle. Head southwards and the beach becomes a haven for wildlife. Backed by sand dunes this area attracts huge numbers of wildfowl and waders. At Fairhaven Lake there’s an RSPB Discovery Centre providing plenty of information about the local wildlife. Behind the beach is a large grassy area featuring attractive gardens, a boating lake and Lytham’s iconic green windmill.