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The great thing about the United Kingdom is that it’s an island….and, islands means loads of beaches and coastlines to explore and more importantly for the summer, seaside towns to visit!
Deck chairs and sun cream at the ready and look forward to some fish and chips out of a newspaper as we show you where you’ll find the UK’s best seaside towns to visit this summer.
Take a look and see if your favourites are in here…
::: 1st – Looe, Cornwall
Colourful boats, houses and scenery is what you’ll find in Looe on the south coast of Cornwall. This place really is as pretty as a picture and you’ll feel as though you’re abroad. With so many towns and village to choose from in Cornwall, we thought you’d like to know our favourite for this summer. Looe is actually two towns East Looe and West Looe which are joined together by a bridge crossing the River Looe. Find a sandy beach, charming harbour and plenty of places to eat, drink and relax.
Brighton really does have something to offer everyone. If you’re lucky enough to catch a sunny day then Brighton Beach is sure to please. Head away from the pier to avoid the crowds. The pier is great wet-weather entertainment as are the cafes, bars, and amusement arcades. And of course, if all else fails – hit the shops for some retail therapy!
::: Portrush, Northern Ireland
Portrush in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. As the sun sets the multi coloured seafront houses are seen in perhaps their best light. An evening stroll is the best way to see this seaside town in all its glory. Well known for its excellent beaches and coastal walks.
::: St. Mawes, Cornwall
This snapshot of small village of St. Mawes looks as though it could be in Greece or the South of France it’s so beautiful, but it can actually be found in this country
::: Llandudno, Wales
There’s attractions on the seafront for all the family as well as things to do with the kids away from the beach.
Whitby, found on Yorkshire’s coast is a great place for fish and chips, a relaxing stroll and some exploring. Another good thing about Whitby is the collection of nearby coastal villages that are just a short drive away, which are well worth exploring.
::: Sidmouth, Devon
Sid Valley in Devon, Sidmouth is the ideal seaside town if you love to walk in the countryside, want to relax on clean sandy beaches or just be by the sea and be surrounded by amazing scenery.
::: Southwold, Suffolk
Great for the kids, Southwold in Suffolk is a chirpy seaside town that we love. Found on the Suffolk Heritage coast in North Suffolk, Southwold is a great destination for a day trip or longer any time of the year.
::: St. Andrews
St. Andrews. Its rich history and great shopping. Famous for its golf and university (with some rather royal students) St. Andrews
::: last – Weymouth
Last but no least , Weymouth is the ideal place if you’re looking for a family destination with an amazing coastline.
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