The summer in Britain lasts a short time , Perfect places to take advantage of those 5 or 6 weeks of sun and good temperatures that occur between the months of July and August.
the coast of the United Kingdom has thousands of kilometers of beaches and some of them are almost virgin, nature, incredible landscapes and if it is sunny, you will feel in paradise.
Achmelvich is a settlement situated in the Highland region of Scotland, Water-skiing, windsurfing and coasteering are popular pursuits on the beach, It is an absolutely pristine beach with white sand and turquoise sea, flanked by rocky ledges,The bay itself is very pretty, with white sand and aqua marine color. A popular spot with water skiers, windsurfers and kayakers, Achmelvich is a bustling beach during the summer months.
Porthcurno is a small village covering a small valley and beach on the south coast of Cornwall. It is centred 6.6 miles west of the railway, market and resort town of Penzance and 2.5 miles from Land’s End, the most westerly point of the English mainland.
Rhossili Bay beach It is located near the village of Rhossili on the Gower peninsula in South Wales. Rhossili Beach, which receives praise all the time as the best beach in Europe or one of the top ten in the world, is located at the tip of the Gower Peninsula.
With almost five kilometers of wide beaches and many surfers.Due to the direct location of the beach end in the south on the outskirts of Rhossili the beach is easily accessible and also has tourist infrastructure such as sanitary facilities, restaurants and small shops.
Luskentyre, the Western Hebrides
Luskentyre is a sparse settlement on the west coast of Harris, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Amazing natural site. Paradise beach with natural dunes 30 meters high and with vegetation. Without people. Stunning walks at low tide. Luskentyre Beach has been voted Britain’s best beach.
Man O’War Beach, Dorset
Man of War Bay is synonymous with Man O War Cove on the Dorset coast in southern England,A beautiful landscape with pebbles. Establishment Features : Dog Friendly,Open All Year, Toilets – in the car park.
Brancaster Beach, Norfolk
This huge beach extends for several kilometers along the Norfolk coast. When the tide is low, there is even more to go, with strips of golden sand that seem endless and make you think you are in New Zealand. It is also a natural reserve famous for its fauna.
It is an ideal place for a long walk, exploring lagoons, streams and marshes before watching the sunset from the dunes with vegetation.
Portrush Whiterocks Beach, Northern Ireland
Portrush, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland ,Whiterocks Beach won the Blue Flag Award more than once, maintaining its status as a favourite spot for locals and visitors from elsewhere. They mainly seek to enjoy an uninterrupted view of the stunning natural coast, cliffs and caves. Whiterocks Beach boasts several walking trails that are suitable for hiking ,Whiterocks Beach is considered as a suitable surfing beach for beginners.
Watergate Bay beach
Watergate Bay beach, about 3 miles from Newquay on the North Cornwall coast,In the bay is a 3 km long sandy beach and the side it opens out to the north, is a popular city for water sports, kite flying and sand art. In May 2007, the English surfing championship was held here. Watergate Bay Hotel and Fifteen Cornwall, a restaurant started by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, are just up the beach, and there are many campsites nearby.
Barafundle bay beach
Barafundle Bay is a remote, slightly curved and east-facing sandy beach, located in Pembrokeshire, Wales, near Stackpole Quay, and part of the Stackpole Estate, managed by The National Trust. This is an ideal family beach where the sand is perfect and the shoreline is shallow and safe for bathing.Awards: Seaside Award (Rural) and Green Coast Award