The town of Morecambe, close to Lancaster and a little less than an hour from Manchester, is a beautiful location on the west coast of England, near the sea, with views of the Bay that bears its name (Morecambe Bay). With a population of just under 50,000, this attractive village location is a holiday destination, but in a very different way to that of Blackpool (called the "British Las Vegas"), to enjoy long walks by the sea and enjoy good, fresh fish. In ancient times, Morecambe comprised an area of three villages (Bare, Poulton-le-Sands and Torrisholme) and received its current name in the late nineteenth century. It is very nice and an excellent alternative to Manchester or Lancaster, for those who prefer the tranquility of the sea to the bustle of the big city.
The town of Scarborough has always been famous (from the Victorian era) for being a place of relaxation, largely thanks to its location on the beach, and one of the spa hotels stands out the most in Northern England. From the boardwalk (promenade) or from the beach you can see the castle and the main monuments of the town. Although a walk to the end is recommended, at the other end you'll find the marina and fishing port, where you can make mini boat trips around the bay and watch the people from the high seas ... Hopefully you will see some marine vessels sailing along ... Experience is recommended. It's pretty cheap and entertaining. An ideal town to spend 3-4 days.
Salisbury is a town that runs along the River Avon. You can walk for miles and miles along the river, from the center of the town to completely open countryside. The Riverside Walk really is wonderful, and you could easily walk along it for hours. It connects to the Town Path, where you'll find joggers, runners and dog-walkers. A great way to relax and unwind!