Explore around and beyond Lytham and the rural areas of Fylde. Look at Wrea Green, Kirkham and Wesham, then travel further afield.
The Visit Lytham website includes the general Lytham and rural Fylde area seen on this section of Google maps.
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Why is it called Lytham?
The name ‘Fylde’ is of Scandinavian origin, meaning “field”
Find out more about the history of Lytham
Explore Around Lytham
The Visit Lytham website includes information about the local Lytham area. It includes the areas marked in red on the map above, including:
– Wrea Green
– Little Plumpton
– Great Plumpton
Explore the Fylde Coast beyond Lytham
The whole of the Fylde Coast is a fabulous place, with something for everyone to enjoy.
You might be lucky enough to live here, live close enough to enjoy day trips, or be heading here for your next holiday.
Particularly in this area you’ll find lots of beautiful rural areas to enjoy, with country walks, woods and fields.
As the crow flies across the rural landscape, Lytham isn’t that far away from Poulton and rural Wyre.
Explore all of the Fylde Coast towns with our other websites:
Explore beyond the Fylde Coast. Heading northwards beyond this immediate area is some of the most beautiful rural landscape to enjoy.
Have a look at our parent website Visit Fylde Coast for ideas of places which you could visit using the Fylde Coast as a base.
Getting to Lytham
There’s a railway station at Lytham and the area is well served by main roads and motorways. You can travel in, out and around relatively easily.
There’s an excellent public transport service provided by Blackpool Transport. The bus fleet includes many brand new Palladium style buses.
Find out More
Have a look at the Visit Lytham website homepage for more of the latest updates.
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