Beach Holiday Destinations in the UK You Need to Visit

Most people think they have to travel far and wide to find the best beaches on the planet. However, there may be some right on your doorstep. The UK has some of the most incredible coastal regions in the world. Some of which have even won awards! Yet many people don’t even consider them when looking for a holiday destination. Let’s change that perception. Here are some of the beach holiday destinations in the UK, you need to visit.

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Woolacombe, Devon

It’s been voted as the number one beach destination time and time again. There’s a good reason for this, too! This little resort can be found on the coast of North Devon and attracts thousands of holidaymakers every year. People come from around the world to visit this renowned beach destination. Before you even get to the beach you’re surrounded by lush greenery and quaint ice cream shops. Make sure you get some proper cream tea while you’re there.

Weymouth, Dorset

If you’re looking for somewhere to take the whole family, then you needn’t look any further than Weymouth. Situated right next to the River Wey in Dorset, this little bay is sheltered but sunny. It seems like the sea is always warm; well, in the summer anyway. There are also plenty of fun attractions for the children nearby. This is a real treat for the whole family.

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Blackpool, Lancashire

Whether you’re going on holiday with a group of friends or with your family, there’s something for everyone in Blackpool. It’s also a popular destination for hen and stag parties. You’ll be spoilt for choice for things to do both day and night. During the day enjoy the amusements and the typical British seaside activities. At night, there are dozens of clubs, bars and restaurants in Blackpool. If you head here during one of their many festivals, you’ll also get to see parades and fireworks galore.

Rhossili, Swansea

You can’t forget Wales if you’re talking about UK beach holidays. Especially not Rhossili Bay, just off of Swansea. It’s the kind of beach that looks like it should be somewhere in Europe. Certainly not in the United Kingdom. The skies and sea are blue, and the sands are golden white. You’ll feel as though you’ve just stepped into paradise. The only downside to visiting Wales is that the weather is always unpredictable.

Sennen, Cornwall

This whole list could have been filled with Cornish beaches, but we settled on just the one. Sennen is a short walk from Land’s End, and tucked away behind stunning cliffs. As it joins up with another nearby beach, you end up with over a mile of golden sand. This is a quiet and relaxed resort that doesn’t attract as many tourists as some of the others on this list. Yet there are still plenty of things to see and do in the area.

Did you know that the UK had so many incredible beaches? The thing is, these are just a select few! There are dozens of incredible seaside resorts all around the country. Before you book your flights to Spain or Greece, consider something a little closer to home instead.

 

Author: Katie

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