St Anne’s Beach is located on the Fylde coast just south of Blackpool, The beach is vast and sandy and at various tide states offers flat water lagoons perfect for practicing those freestyle tricks!
St Anne’s works best in SW winds but any direction with West in it will be favorable! (SW,W,NW) Westerly winds can often generate larger swells to the North of the beach while South-Westerly winds provide a good on-shore breeze and flatter water conditions to the south of the beach.
9 Day forecast. Generally only the next 3 days can be trusted.
TIDES / CONDITIONS
Lytham St Anne’s works on all tides. Low tide can be as much as a 20-minute walk on a Spring Tide.
SCHOOL/ FACILITIES / CLUBHOUSE /
The closest BKSA accredited school is Northern Kites Based on the Wirral
St Anne’s Kitesurfing Club are located here. Please check out their website for information on memberships for access to the Club House –https://stanneskitesurfing.co.uk/
Shallow Water / Sandbanks
Metal Drainage Structure (To the south of club at HT line)
St Anne’s Pier Structure
Jelly Fish & Weaver Fish are possible
The most common access to the beach is opposite 100 North Promenade. You may end up parking further down the road on a nice day.
There is also a pay and display car park next to the Beachcomber Cafe
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