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Four beach holidays in the UK

beach holidays in the UK

A beach holiday is a perfect way to relax and hang out with the family. Many people have opted for a staycation this summer over international travel. With travel restrictions constantly changing, a UK beach holiday might be the answer to your holiday dilemmas.

A staycation is also a fantastic way to support the hospitality industry in the UK. A lot of places have had limited visitors in the last year, and it’s important for us to support them. A beach holiday can help you to destress and relax after a tough year and a half. Whether you need a change of scenery or some quality time with a loved one – there’s a UK beach holiday for you.

Here are some of the best beach destinations in the UK.

Bamburgh, Northumberland

Bamburgh beach is one of the most striking beaches in the UK. The white sandy beach outstretches with the historic castle towering above. The scenery is breath-taking, and it’s a popular favourite among the locals. Grab a bite to eat in the quaint Northumberland town before walking the dog down the beach.

Filey Beach, Yorkshire

Yorkshire is home to some of the best staycations in the UK. You can watch the natural beauty go by when you’re catching a train from Wakefield to Doncaster or driving through Whitby. Filey Beach is a must-see in Yorkshire, and it’s absolutely enormous. You can walk along the promenade before spending the day rock pooling with the children. If you’re after a traditional seaside holiday, Filey Beach is the one for you.

Woolacombe, Devon

Woolacombe has been awarded ‘best beach’ status numerous times, and for a good reason. You can watch the surfers ride the Atlantic swell and bask in the sun of Sothern England. The sand stretches on for three miles and has several facilities around. Woolacombe is known for its cleanliness and laidback atmosphere, making it a perfect holiday destination.

Northern Ireland

Take a trip further afar to Northern Ireland and visit the magnificent beaches in Antrim. Ballycastle and Portrush Whiterocks are considered must-see beaches for visitors. You can also visit Portrush East Strand for a more traditional seaside atmosphere with plenty of surfing opportunities.

Beach holidays are a great way to connect with your family and take some well needed time away from work. Switch off your mind and let yourself recharge after a challenging year. Book a staycation for the end of the season and enjoy the last of the summer heatwaves.

Heather Breese
Heather Breese is a qualified writer who fell in love with creativity and became a specialist creator and writer, focused on readers and market need.

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