From Newquay to Brighton, we explore some of the top seaside towns in Britain today.
The sun is still on it’s way out but why wait when you can start enjoying the towns.
Brighton’s world-renowned famous seafront attracts thousands of visitors throughout the year. Also famous for it’s shopping and home to some excellent boutique shops and antique markets.
Must See – British Airways i360 & Brighton Palace Pier
Dubbed as the UK capital of surfing, Newquay is one of the most popular seaside towns in the country – and it’s easy to get to, too, with direct flights from cities including London, Manchester and Birmingham.
As well as its beaches the town has a popular boating lake and Aquarium
The Devon town of Exmouth is a trek from places like London & Yorkshire but when you’re there, you will enjoy a two-mile stretch of golden sand at Exmouth Beach. With a variety of restaurants and cafes near the seafront.
Cruise along the scenic Jurassic Coast & if your in to your watersports, remember to bring you kit for some wakeboarding and waterskiing.
Norfolk’s more traditional beach in Cromer is famous for its pier and its educational lifeboat station. A cromer trip makes a great weekend trip for families.
With an increasing number of routes going out of Southend Airport, it’s easy to forget that there’s no need to fly out – the Essex town is an ideal seaside destination on sunny days.
Home to the longest pleasure pier in the world, Southend-on-Sea is also known for its traditional seafront arcades.