Great British Beaches

You come set for a shock if you think Britain is all elaborate structures and listed buildings. Blighty has some amazing countryside and incredible beaches. This post will let you know where to get the greatest British beaches. The places I seen as a child and carry on to visit today. Their are a few things we love to do at the beachfront in UK and that is eat fish and chips with loads of salt and vinegar and appreciate an icecream and possibly bring a stick of rock o-r a sugar dummy home too.

Our seasides are an excellent place for a great time and with great funfairs, donkeys and beautiful coastlines there are plenty of sea-side towns to see in the United Kingdom.

Formby Beach
The beach at Formby is certainly one of the prettiest in the UK. Operating out of the North of England in Freshfields, Liverpool, Formby beach is really an extended strech of gold sand with sand dunes and also a national trust woods to boot. The forest has some of the only red squirells in the United Kingdom. In case you only fancy a day o-n the shore and a round lush woodland you’ll love Formby. There’s an ice cream truck which sells icecream and teas as well as public toilets but there is not much else here. So be sure you bring a picnic in case you are planning to spend the day here. It’s well worth the visit and o-n a summer’s day it is the ideal spot to catch some rays and assemble a sandcastle or even select a dip in the ocean.

You can walk to Southport down Formby beach and in case you see the half hour stroll it is worth every penny. Southport has fairground rides and some good gift shops where you could buy gifts and British rock.

Devon
In the event that you enjoy friendly locals, quaint white houses, scenic scenery and surfing then you’ll adore Devon. Located in the south of England Devon is a quaint seaside town with great lodging and fresh air. The beach at Slapton Sands is shingle so it’s perhaps not perfect for building sandcastles but if you want to move away from it all and possibly capture some waves it’s a terrific place to complete it. There’s ocean on one side of the shore and a fresh-water lake on the other and it’s only wonderful.

St Ives
It seems as old as the hills that rise steeply from it, but this ageing-hipsters’ town in western Cornwall still has what it takes; two tremendous galleries, picturesque cobbled streets, pubs that serve scrumpy strong enough to make you fall over after a pint and needless to say certainly one of the loveliest bays in Britain it also has some brilliant Somerset accommodation.

Porthcurno, Cornwall
Cornwall is known for friendly locals, great surfing and amazing locals and that is undoubtedly among the best. It is a golden bay using sparkling blue water and a granite cliff backdrop. It is excellent for a somerset accommodation your family as it is easy to make it to and wonderfully clean. Go at low tide and also you could have a stroll to some of the other surrounding beaches.