Top Beaches to Spend the Summer in the UK

Posted by on June 10, 2016

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If you love to spend the summer days along the beach, then this is the perfect website for you. Those living within the UK can surely treasure several notable spots for people ranging from teens to seasoned citizens.

Woolacombe Beach, UK

 

The perfect time to visit Woolacombe beach is around July to September of each year. It spreads three miles of white sand that is totally delighting for family and friends to cherish. Many things can be done in the area, including surfing, canoeing, and coastal waking.

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Weymouth Beach, UK

Families having young children will surely have fun along this beach. Those who have visited Weymouth Beach truly loved the scenic harbour, thrilled with feeding the swans, and amazed in the breathtaking underwater views of the Sea Life Adventure Park.

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Porthmeor Beach at St Ives in the UK

If you walk at the pinnacle of St Ives from Porthminster, you will surely come across another gorgeous beach. It comes with deep blue sea beyond the white sands on the beach. Aside from the very attractive beach scene in St Ives, several attractions include the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden,  Carbis Bay, and St Ives Harbour Beach.

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Perranporth Beach, Perranporth, UK

Visitors can truly enjoy the scenic beach of this piece of heaven at Perranporth. There is a place to learn the basics of surfing at its surf school within the area. Others would want to take advantage of the best location for kitesurfing as well. Still some visitors can feel the excellent ambiance for riding horses at the Reen Manor Riding School.

These are top destinations if you need to unwind from the hustle and bustle of daily life at the office. Those looking forward to spend a holiday vacation with family and friends in the UK can browse along this list to avoid the rush.

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Photos by: www.geograph.org.ukBarry Jackson, and Lee Morgan

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