Chapel St Leonards is a holiday village situated just off the A52 some 7 miles north of Skegness. It boasts a wide range of tourist attractions including concert venues, amusements and a wide range of shops and restaurants. There is also a large selection of pubs and clubs to suit everyone.
Originally named after the Chapel dedicated to Saint Leonard, the village can trace its history back to the early 1500s.
Now popular with hundreds of holidaymakers who have their own caravans sited on one of the many sites around the village.
The village green has been redesigned to resemble the deck of a ship with its own bell tower and figurehead, with picnic benches dotted around the green its an ideal place to relax in the sun and enjoy a traditional fish and chip lunch.
Regularly served by bus service numbers 1 and 59 from Skegness, it is an ideal place to spend a holiday.