- Half Moon
Bay Walk - walk out alongside the dunes and cliff then stroll back by
the sea. Beautifull scenery, approximately 2 miles, about 45 mins
- Rock Pools
- see what you can find in the myriad of rock pools near Half Moon Bay
Heysham Heritage Centre which portrays the village's fascinating history,
with excellent displays and exhibitions, all housed in a converted 17th
century listed barn in the heart of the village.
one of Englands top 21 dog walks of 2008, walk your four legged friend
on Half Moon Bay
- Fish for
Sea Bass and Flatties from the sea wall or Rocky Point
- Kite flying
- lets go fly a kite, up to the highest height..........
- Sand castles
- can you join the Half Moon Bay Sand Castle Hall of Fame?
the tiny church of St Peter's in Heysham, dramatically perched on a
cliffside. This Grade I Listed church must have one of the most picturesque
settings in the country, looking out over Morecambe Bay to the panorama
of the Lakeland hills. There remains some of the Anglo-Saxon building
from around 800AD but most of the present building dates from the 14th
century. Inside the church is a Norse hog-back stone from around 1000AD
and a chalice discovered in a stone coffin outside the church
- Sand Dunes
- walk in them, play in them, fall over in them, or just have a picnic!
the 100 year old Vanadis shipwreck (at low tide!) and imagine the experience
when the Vanadis went on the sandbank and was pounded by the raging
sea and damaged by gale force winds
- For the
more adventurous there is excellent windsurfing and kitesurfing at low