Fistral Beach, Bournemouth Beach, Woolacombe Beach, Whitby Beach, Bamburgh Castle Beach, Blackpool Sand, South Bay Beach, Compton Bay, St. Brelade's Bay Beach, Weymouth Beach, Brighton Beach, Tankerton Beach, Durdle Door, Ventnor Beach, Camber Sands Beach, Brancaster Beach, Aldeburgh Beach & many more.
From shingled shelters to wide blankets or warm golden sands, the beaches in England boast of unique forms of beauty. Whether it is the uncanny magic of protected beaches that attracts you to them, or to the lovely joy that permeates most of the popular ones in the country, one is likely to find the beach of their dreams here. There is no single way of spending one's time at England's beaches. Some coasts boast of shallow waters and are great for a dip.
Others, such as Bornemouth and Woolacombe Beach, offer a fantastic range of water sports. Some beaches even feature scenic promenades that are ideal for an evening walk, such as Fistral Bay or Studland Bay. If you're looking for a quieter time by the sea, you can head over to any of the more unorganized alternatives. Pelistry Bay Beach and Durdle Door beach are great options for those looking to stay away from the regular beach crowd, and come with excellent views as well.