The United Kingdom is surrounded by water – and therefore beautiful beaches. Cornwall and Devon are among Brits’ favoured destinations to see their sandy shores, while Blackpool Beach sits on many bucket lists.

Dores Beach

DORES BEACH is one of the most famous attractions in Scotland – even though it does not open out into any ocean. Instead, its shores meet Loch Ness, best known for the sightings of the mythical monster Nessie that lives in the waters. Where is Dores Beach? Dores Beach is located in the north of

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Bournemouth Beach – All you need to know about the Dorset seaside

BOURNEMOUTH is one of the most popular beaches along the south coast, with seven miles of golden sand, beautiful blue waters and even its famous pier. However, there are a number of burning questions that wannabe visitors regularly ask before heading to the Dorset sandy paradise. Do you have to pay to go to Bournemouth

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8 Best Beaches in Newquay

NEWQUAY is the jewel in Cornwall’s crown with millions of tourists flocking to the coastal town every year. With an incredible shoreline and perfect conditions for surfing, it is no wonder that Newquay plays host to an array of beautiful beaches – but which one is the best? 1. Fistral Beach Fistral Beach is not

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Best beaches in Cornwall

CORNWALL, located in southwest England, is known for its stunning coastline and beautiful beaches. Each beach has its own unique character, so whether you’re looking for surfing, relaxation, or stunning natural beauty, this coastline has something for everyone. Porthcurno Beach Situated near Land’s End, Porthcurno is often considered one of the most beautiful beaches in

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