The Lincolnshire Wolds are a real gem; a perfect hideaway for a holiday in the country and a shining example of our stunning landscape in the English countryside. Take on board the scenery that has inspired daydreams of romantic rolling green hills, sleepy stone villages and cobbled streets in Market Towns. It is a wonderful area of countryside with some of the most beautiful, unspoilt scenery in the East Midlands.
The Lincolnshire Wolds
With countryside spanning some 216 square miles, the Lincolnshire Wolds is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) it is a nationally important and cherished landscape, home to some of the UK’s finest countryside.
Just a short drive from the historic city of Lincoln, you can explore beautiful hidden valleys or stroll through Lincolnshire’s charming hamlets. Traditional agriculture is woven into the fabric of Lincolnshire and has helped produce award-winning tasty local produce, such as cheese and sausages, which can be found at every farmers market and independent shops throughout the Wolds.
Home of the highest parish church spire in England is the historic market town of Louth; well worth a visit along with many other small towns and villages found within the picturesque Lincolnshire Wolds.
Popular for hiking, cycling, horse riding, swimming, kayaking, flying, camping, fishing, motor racing and so much more! There is something to satisfy all passions!
Walking the Viking Way
Walking is one of the most popular activities and the best way to explore the Wolds, especially for families, couples, dog walkers and explorers. Enjoy gentle walks or take a longer trek along the 235km Viking Way. You'll discover the rich culture and heritage behind the charming market towns and medieval villages nestled in and around the Wolds.
Lincolnshire also boosts a number of airfields and RAF museums across the County, including the famous Lancaster Bomber and Dambusters, that helped shape our rich aviation history.
Maybe literature is more your passion? If so, you can go back in time and follow in Tennyson’s footsteps or explore the many National Trust stately homes and castles, including Tattershall Castle or visit the remains of Bolingbroke Castle.