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Some consider Mablethorpe to be a charming place: it is not particularly commercialised, and has the feel of a 1960s resort. Its beach is long, wide and flat, with golden sand. A large earth bank serves as a sea defence, and there is a sand train to take visitors to the north end of the beach, where there is a zoo. So far Mablethorpe has remained immune from the large caravan parks that now dominate resorts such as Skegness and Ingoldmells , enabling it to retain much of its character.
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