Copeland has a 56 mile stretch of coastline from Lowca in the north to Duddon bridge in the south. It offers a wide range of opportunities for visitors who can enjoy beautiful natural habitats, award winning beaches, an abundance of wildlife and endless leisure and sporting activities.
Key features of the Copeland coast include: (Please click on the links below if the map won't load)
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- Lowca - Industry & Innovation
- Parton – Industry & Education
- Whitehaven – Coal, Rail and Ships
- St. Bees – Cliff and Coast
- Drigg – Gulleries and Gunneries
- Ravenglass – Tide & Time
- Bootle – Rescues & Resistance
- Silecroft – Sunsets and Seascapes
- Haverigg – Protect and Serve
- Millom – Mill on the Hill
- Coastal Activities Leaflet Whatever your taste for adventure, here you will find details of a range of opportunities for all ages and abilities from kayaking to cycling, fishing to sailing.
Food Hygiene Rating System
Consult our guide to the best restaurants and food suppliers.
Copeland is a place of contrasts, from mountains to valleys, lakes to the sea. It offers plenty for lovers of the great outdoors along with a wide range of attractions for visitors and residents of all ages.
Visiting Copeland offers something for everyone whether you are coming as a day visitor, spending a week on holiday with us or merely passing through on bike, foot or boat.
- Where can I get tourist information about Copeland?
Enjoying the scenery
Visiting Copeland is a wonderful experience. Almost two thirds of the borough of Copeland lies within the Lake District National Park and offers spectacular scenery and visitor attractions without the traffic congestion experienced elsewhere.