The sun is shining; it is almost shorts, sunglasses and sunburn weather.
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We have listed below some beautiful coastal properties in destinations across the U.K to feed your sense of wonderlust.
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Devon and Cornwall
Saunton Sands, Devon - As you approach Saunton from the road you are greeted by a 3 and a half mile epic stretch of golden sand backed by the rolling expanse of Braunton Burrows. As well as being a world class family beach, Saunton is also renowned for some of the best surf in the country.
Blackpool Sands, Devon- Blackpool Sands, set in a sheltered bay surrounded by evergreens and pines, is one of South Devon's most beautiful natural treasures. An award-winning privately managed 'Blue Flag' family beach with turquoise blue sea giving it an almost Mediterranean feel.
Watergate Bay, Newquay , Cornwall- The two miles of golden sand and azure sea at Watergate Bay make this a fantastic beach for surfers and activity lovers of all ages and abilities.
Porthcurno, near Land's End, Cornwall- Good Beach Guide Recommended 2014- With gorgeous fine soft white sand washed by a sea that turns turquoise in the sun and high cliffs on both sides providing shelter, it’s an oasis of stunning natural beauty. The large beach, popular with families, has a stream that flows down one side which is great for kids to paddle in.
South West - Dorset and Isle of Wight
Studland Bay, Dorset -Fine sandy beaches stretch continuously for 4 miles from South Haven Point to the chalk cliffs of Handfast Point and Old Harry Rocks, including Shell Bay. The heath land behind the beach is a National Nature Reserve with many rare birds.
Compton Bay, Isle of Wight- One of the Isle of Wight’s best kept secrets is Compton Beach. Located in West Wight, Compton offers a two mile stretch of contrasting golden and dark sands, with rolling seas, tumbling multi-coloured sandstone cliffs, and the white chalk cliffs at Freshwater in the distance.
Kent and Sussex
West Wittering, Sussex- Offering wonderful views of Chichester Harbour and the South Downs beyond, the natural and unspoilt sandy beach of West Wittering has been a favourite destination for a family day out for generations. The highest water quality and excellent facilities have made it one of the premier Blue Flag beaches in the country.
Norfolk and Suffolk
Wells/Holkham, Norfolk- The beach at Wells is at least a mile from the town. You can walk there, drive, or during the summer, take the miniature railway. The sandy beach, backed by dunes and pine trees, stretches for miles to the west.
Walberswick, Suffolk- Over a thousand acres of heath and marshland around Walberswick are protected as an Area of Outstanding National Beauty (AONB). The seaside town of Southwold is within strolling distance along one of the many beautiful walks in and around Walberswick.
Lunan Bay- One of the most beautiful beaches in Scotland, Lunan Bay has attracted many visitors throughout the ages, from Viking armies in the 10th century to generations of holidaymakers. The beach is a popular destination for surfers and horse riders, and traditional fishing is still practiced here with nets strung on poles dug into the sand to trap fish in the receding tide. The beach is also a fantastic place to go bird watching with great grey shrikes, red-backed shrikes, scoters, rough-legged buzzards and hoopoes just some of the species you can catch a glimpse of.
Sandwood Bay, Cape Wrath, Sutherland- Perhaps the most beautiful beach in Britain, the wild and spectacular Sandwood Bay in Kinlochbervie is backed by huge sand dunes and a loch. Spend time exploring the mile of golden sand and dunes, with rocky cliffs and a giant sea stack to complete the scene. Despite its popularity, Sandwood Bay never seems busy as the beach is big enough to absorb the visitors.
Luskentyre, Outer Hebrides -The Luskentyre beach has been voted Britain's best beach and has been said to be in the top top ten beaches in the world. Luskentyre is famous for the beautiful white sandy beach which runs for miles and the gorgeous green-blue waters lapping up onto its shores.
Marloes Sands- Marloes beach is a large expanse of sandy shore within the National Park, notable for its cliffs with strange rock formations. The village of Marloes itself is very close to Martins Haven from where trips can be taken to the islands of Skomer and Skokholm.
Rhossili beach - Breathtaking Rhossili bay with its three mile long sandy beach. It is possible to walk across the bay to Llangennith or even cross onto the Worms Head.
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