You are in for a shock in the event that you believe Britain is all complex buildings and listed buildings. Blighty has some delightful countryside and fantastic beaches. This article will tell you where to get the greatest British beaches. The places I saw as a child and keep on to visit today. Their are two things we like to do at the seaside in Britain and that is eat fish and chips with plenty of salt and vinegar and appreciate an ice-cream and possibly bring a stick of stone or possibly a sugar dummy house too.

Our seasides are a great location for a good time and with great funfairs, donkeys and lovely coastlines there are plenty of seaside towns to see in great Britain.

Formby Beach
The shore at Formby is one of the prettiest in the UK. Located in the North of England in Freshfields, Liverpool, Formby beach is a lengthy strech of gold sand with sand dunes along with a national trust woods on top of that. The forest has some of the only red squirells in the UK. If you just fancy a day on the beach and a wander round lush woodland you will adore Formby. There’s an ice-cream truck which sells teas and icecream as well as public toilets but there isn’t much else here. Therefore make sure you bring a picnic if you’re planning to spend the day here. it is well worth the visit and o-n a summer’s day it is the right place to catch some rays and build a sandcastle o-r even go for a dip in the ocean.

You can walk to Southport down Formby beach and in the event that you fancy the half hour stroll it is worth every penny. Southport has fairground rides and the right gift shops where you could purchase British rock and gifts.

Devon
In the event that you like surfing, quaint white houses, friendly locals and scenic scenery then you’ll adore Devon. Operating out of the south of England Devon is a quaint seaside town with clean air and great hotels. The beach at Slapton Sands is shingle so it’s not perfect for building sandcastles but if you need to move away from it all and possibly capture some waves it is a great place to do it. There is ocean on one side of the beach and a freshwater lake on the other and it’s just beautiful.

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

Porthcurno, Cornwall
Cornwall is well known for lovely locals, friendly locals and great surfing and this is unquestionably among the finest. It’s a golden bay with sparkling blue water and a granite cliff backdrop. It really is excellent for a accommodation in Somerset the household as it is easy to make the journey to and superbly clean. Go at low tide and you may take a stroll to some of the other surrounding beaches.