Whether you are staying on the coast or inland in the countryside make sure you set aside some holiday time to visit our historic market towns.
Fondly known as the 'capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds' the pretty historic market town of Louth is a real treat. Dominated by the 295ft high summit of St James' Church the town is steeped in heritage and tradition. Foodies flock to Louth, voted Britain's favourite market town by Countryfile Magazine, and is a favourite with celebrity chefs Rick Stein and the Hairy Bikers. Louth is renowned for it award-winning butchers, cheesemongers and bakers and in summer comes alive at its annual Food Festival.
Each year, in October, Louth steps back in time to a bygone era at the Louth Victorian Market (October 20th) where everybody dresses up in Victorian costumes selling great quality arts and crafts.
If you like a spot of jazz with your heritage then head to Alford, renowed for arts and craft and the striking five-sailed windmill, It was also home to "first American feminist" Anne Hutchinson and New World advernturer Captain John Smith (of Pocahontas fame).
Charming Horncastle, founded by the Romans, has earned a reputation as one of the best towns in England for antiques hunters.
For charm and elegance, the Edwardian spa town of Woodhall spa is a delight. Search out the unique Kinema in the Woods, still using back projection - and celebrating its 90th birthday in 2012.