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  • Climping Beach

    Climping beach is also known as Atherington Beach, as with many along the south coast, has wooden groynes and is pebbles at high tide. But at low tide, a huge expanse of dark, fine, hard-packed sand is exposed, making it an ideal spot for families and shallow swimming. Very popular read more

  • Robin Hoods Bay Beach

    Robin Hoods Bay is a small fishing hamlet situated on the Yorkshire Heritage Coast just south of Whitby. The bay situated on a steep hill and marks the end of the coast to coast walk. The beach is a great family location with beach, shingle and many rock pools. It read more

  • Cattersty Sands Beach

    Cattersty Sands and Skinningrove beach are split by a pier. You need to move away from the car park to the other side of the pier where you will fine a long stretch of sand. This beach sits on the Cleveland Way. Facilities include cafe, pub, Post Office and small shop.

  • Black Cliff Beach

    Black Cliff beach, sandy beach stretching between Hayle Towans and Mexico Towans. Sheltered by cliffs and backed by dunes. You often get some large areas of shallow water near the cliffs when the tide is out that provide great safe play for small children. The beach gets its name from read more

  • Littlehampton West Beach

    Littlehampton West Beach is on the opposite side of the River Arun from the town centre. You can either walk across the bridge from the main Littlehampton family east beach or use the local car park. The beach is much quieter than the main Littlehampton coastguards beach. Part of the read more

  • Selsey East Beach

    The East Beach at Selsey in West Sussex is a pebble beach on either side of the RNLI lifeboat station. Selsey is situated on a peninsula jutting out into the English Channel about eight miles south of Chichester. A small town that retains its history, the unique Selsey community spirit read more

  • Elmer Sands Beach

    Elmer Sands beach is pebbles and wooden groynes at high tide but when the tide goes out the beach becomes a flat compact sand. Excellent family beach for all ages, beach games, rock pools and when tide goes out the water becomes very shallow making ideal conditions for swimming and read more

  • Ross Back Sands Beach

    Ross Back Sands is 3 miles of sandy quiet beach with dunes that sticks out between Holy Island and Budle Bay. Can be very windy due to is exposed position although the sand dunes can provide a good wind break. You can see Lindisfarne Castle to the north and Bamburgh read more

  • Seaham Beach

    Seaham Beach is a long stretch of sand sitting beneath grassy cliffs and is part of the Durham Heritage Coast. The beach is often used for sea angling competitions. Until 1921, Seaham was the location of the largest glass-bottle works in Britain. Founded by John Candlish in 1853, under the read more

  • Morfa Bychan Beach

    Morfa Bychan beach near Pendine is a sandy beach with safe bathing and some rock pools to explore. The beach is surrounded by limestone cliffs and caves, and looks out over Carmarthen Bay towards Tenby and Gower. Road can be bad to access the beach so will need to walk, although can read more

  • Holland-on-sea Beach

    Holland-on-sea beach is a sandy beach to the east of Clacton. A sandy beach with some sea defences. Holland-on-sea beach is less busy than the main Clacton beaches but only a half an hour walk from the Pier. Also a short walk to Frinton in the North. The upper promenade read more

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