Top 5 UK Beach Holiday Destinations
With the worst of winter behind us and summer just around the corner, it is time to invest in some swimsuits and start planning a trip to one of the beautiful beaches dotted around the UK. To make it easier for you, we have gathered a list of the best seaside holidays where you can show off your beautiful Cover swimsuit.
1) Whitstable, Kent
Whistable is a beautiful seaside town, 5 miles north of Canterbury. It is popular for its long stretch of shingle and is an important destination for many Londoners who want to escape the city. Although it does not have sandy beaches, it still represents the best of the British coast with lots of charm, beach huts, fishing boats and cottages.
Not only is Whistable known for its beaches – it also hosts annual oyster eating competitions and festivals. It’s bohemian ambiance, fresh seafood and long stretches of sand makes it a favourite Instagram-worthy beach.
2) Perranporth, Cornwall
Perranporth is a seaside resort town on the north coast of Cornwall. It boasts with one of the longest sections of untouched coast along the Cornish coastline. The outstanding natural beauty of Perranporth makes it an attractive destination for surfing and diving.
When you are tired of the sea, you can coverup your swimsuit and explore the many rockpools and cliffs along the coast.
3) Bournemouth, Dorset
Bournemouth has long been one of the most popular beach resorts in the UK. It is a cosmopolitan university town with lively nightlife and many restaurants to choose from.
It’s prize-winning beaches are a major attraction, with 7 miles of golden sand an turquoise water, drawing tourists and locals alike.
4) Robin Hood's Bay, Yorkshire
Robin Hood’s Bay is a hidden gem along the coast of North Yorkshire. This fishing town seems to be trapped in time, with cobblestone roads and old houses that slopes towards the sea.
The small, sandy beach at Robin Hood’s Bay offers sweeping views over the cliffs and coastline, and you can walk along the foot of the cliffs at low tide. The water may be cold, but it is still a popular destination for day-trippers. It is also rumoured that the local fish and chips are some of the best in Yorkshire.
5) Rhossili Bay, Glamorgan
Rhossili Bay has been awarded Wales best beach in 2018 and it is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so you know you can’t go wrong with a visit. This golden-sand beach lies at the end of the Gower Peninsula, and boasts with 3 miles of pristine beach.
The strong swell makes it an attractive destination for swimmers and surfers alike.
Those of us in a position to do so may want to hop on a plane and explore foreign beaches, but the UK offers some gorgeous seaside holidays right on our doorstep. With the temperatures slowly increasing, why not plan your next local holiday to one of these beautiful destinations?