Britain mainland has over 5000 miles of coastline, making it no surprise that we have an endless choice of watery destinations to enjoy! Here are 12 spots that you need to check out this year. See the UK’s greatest landscapes.
The Fife Coastal Path
The coast of Fife is one of our most picture-perfect postcard locations. This is an official marked route that spans 65 miles from Forth to Tay bridges and is often packed with tourists from all over.
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Want to have this stunning route to yourself? Try going on a late autumn afternoon. It is one of Scotland’s most dreamy locations that you need to experience at least once in your life. You can plan your trip here.
Suffolk Coast, Enjoy a Typical British Seaside Resort
The little town of Southwold on the Suffolk coast has everything associated with the British seaside – beach huts, golden sands split by groynes and a pier sticking out into the sea. Southwold is a great place for drinking, eating and relaxing, so if you are after a nice peaceful family holiday with the family, head down to the Suffolk coast. See what’s on.
The Bournemouth Coastal Path
Bournemouth is located in the South of England is one of the UK’s most sought out coastal towns to visit. The Bournemouth Coast Path links to the Dorset Coast Path and other locations down south, creating a continuous 652 mile route.
The Bournemouth Coast Path is full of varied interested of natural harbours, ferries, cliffs and woodland. So, if you’re thinking of heading down South, check out Bournemouth holiday lettings for the perfect place to stay whilst exploring.