This location is classed as Seaside.
It's Longitude is -2.8116979 and Latitude is 54.08971, and it's readable address is Hest Bank, UK.
The village of Hest Bank, between Morecambe and Carnforth has a grassy foreshore and a sandy beach. It has views onto the saltmarshes and mudflats of Morecambe Bay, which is notorious for its sinking sands, mud-filled gullies and fast-moving tides. Although organised cross-bay walks sometimes take place here, nobody should venture out onto the mudflats or salt marshes without an experienced local guide. The danger is very real! Hest Bank is a great place to look out to views across the bay towards the Furness peninsula with the fells of the Lake District National Park in the distance. If there is a particularly cold wind blowing, the views can be appreciated from inside your car in the car park where there is a small café serving reasonably priced afternoon teas and other light dishes and beverages. The beach is home to a large number of ducks, geese and wading birds. In the hour before high tide, spectacular displays of waders can be seen gathering to roost here.