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Where to pick up your car
There are a few car rental desks near to Southport station, but we recommend that you arrive at Meols Cop station if you prefer to rent from an international brand.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brand in Southport is Enterprise.
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Warmest month: July (16°C)
Coldest month: January (5°C)
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Hire a car in Southport
Looking for a breezy seaside staycation? Then mark Southport on your getaway map.
With 22 miles of coastline, Britain’s longest iron pier and vast reaching beaches, the town has long been one of the country’s most popular seaside resorts. Bask in the sun along the Sefton Coast or stroll down its scenic tree-lines boulevards. Within driving distance to Liverpool and Manchester, Southport makes a great place to plot your road trip through England’s biggest northern cities.
Sights to see
If you fancy a proper English trip to the seaside you can't go wrong with a visit to Southport, all the ingredients are there. Southport has some beautiful beaches, with its 21 miles of sand, the Sefton Coast is the perfect setting for those who want to get away from it all and explore. Southport also has the second longest pier in the country, and in fact Southport Pier was recently voted ‘Pier of the Year' after its extensive refurbishment. Leave your easyCar rental at one end and hop on the Pier Tram for the 1-mile journey to the sea end!
Southport: Discover more
If the great British weather isn't on its best behaviour there are plenty of things to do in Southport. One of the stranger things may well be the award winning British Lawnmower Museum, with over 300 rare and restored exhibits including lawnmowers of the rich and famous - I don't suppose they miss them! For something more traditional try the Atkinson Art museum, or Silcocks Funland which is full of the penny-in-the-slot machines that are so peculiar to British seaside culture.