You may never think about it, but England has thousands of kilometers of coastline and hundreds of beaches. You will surely find something that fits your travel ideas: intimacy, family fun, surfing or simply relaxing on the beach.
The beaches we have chosen are located in different places on the English coast, in full summer do not envy other hottest countries in Europe.
Fistral Beach is not just one of the favorite destinations from surfers in England, but it is also a perfect choice if you are looking for a corner of peace and tranquility and a few kilometers from the famous coastal town of Newquay. Grass hills surround this soft sandy beach. On weekends there are too many surfers, because the waves here are really impressive. But don’t worry, there is a lifeguard in the turret to keep an eye on the situation.
The size of Woolacombe beach will surprise you, especially if you have the opportunity to look at the sky and the beach with low tide. For families and surfers, this is a very popular beach, some of which are even dedicated to those who love walking with four-legged friends. In summer the beach fills with energy and offers different services, including guards, cabins, restaurants, ice cream sales and even inflatable games for children.
Although this great and perfect beach in half moon is in a secluded highlands area, it is not surprisingly confused with a Philippine beach. Even when the weather is not the best, the scenery is really fascinating and often they see dolphins that peep off among the waves.
Rhossili, located at the end of the Gower Peninsula, is always the best beach in Europe or one of the ten most beautiful beaches in the world. The sand here extends for more than 4 kilometers, the waves are perfect for surfing and the green cliffs overlooking the sea remind the typical Australian landscapes. This romantic bay inspired the great Welsh poet Dylan Thomas (Dylan Thomas), perfect for enjoying picturesque sunsets or long walks along the coast. With the low tide on the cliff, you can see the remains of the Helvetia, which sank in 1887.
If you follow you to organize a visit from the English Lidi, you must remember to enter a forming interval: a stop in Lancashire is almost indispensable, especially for the colors that give the sunset light. Here, nature always dominates unconsciously, with the reserve of red squirrels, which borders with sand dunes.
In short, they don’t even have the impression of being in the United Kingdom, or perhaps it is time to renounce the prejudices of a country that indicates much more than surviving from London and Manchester factories and remain on stereotype monitoring.