The village of Morecambe, near Lancaster and just under an hour from Manchester (heading north), is a beautiful location on the west coast of England, near the sea, with valuable views of the bay that bears the same name (Morecambe Bay).
With a population of just under 50,000 inhabitants, this attractive village is considered a place for holidays, but in a very different way from those that could be Blackpool (called “British Las Vegas”), to enjoy long walks by the sea, taste good fish and practice similar activities.
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What percentage of Morecambe are white?