You do not have a vacation planned for this summer? Here is the top 10 best beaches/places list from the UK.  Many people are searching for relaxing trips closer to home as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. To explore this Summer, we no need to go anywhere, In the UK we have plenty of beautiful beaches. White sand and crystal blue sea are not as far away as you would think. There are plenty of stunning beaches in Cornwall, Dorset, and other parts of the UK that might fool you into believing they far further away. We have compiled a list of the 10 best beaches to visit this summer 2021, all of which are totally Instagrammable, and you will fall in love

Carbis Bay Beach, Cornwall

Carbis Bay Beach

On a sunny day, it will be difficult to believe you still in England if you visit Carbis Bay (Maps). This beautiful bay is just a mile from St Ives and is good for families with young children because the sea is usually calm and ideal for swimming. Because of its cleanliness, protection, and accessibility, the beach has been named one of Cornwall eight award-winning Blue Flag 2017 beaches.

Weymouth Beach, Dorset Maps

Weymouth Beach

This three-mile stretch of sand is a perfect place for adults and kids alike, with plenty to keep them entertained. Visitors will typically enjoy traditional Punch and Judy performances, live music, and free summer fireworks displays, all only minutes away from Weymouth town centre, in addition to sunbathing and paddling in the sea. It is still worth a visit, even if the entertainment has returned since the COVID-19 crisis.

Rhossili Bay, Wales

Rhossili Bay

One of the best Beach in the UK is Rhossili Bay. And, This is a home to three miles of golden sand beaches, as well as the famous National Trust cottage, the Old Rectory, and the remains of the ship Helvetia, which was wrecked in 1887, can be seen on the beach at low tide. Rhossili Bay voted Wales Best Beach in 2017, is well worth visiting this summer.

Luce Sands, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Even though the weather in Scotland is not expected to be as hot as it is elsewhere in the UK, Luce Sands in Dumfries and Galloway is well worth a visit. Horseback riding and surfing are common sports, and the bay is home to a diverse range of marine life, earning it the designation of a Special Area for Conservation.

Woolacombe Beach, Devon

Woolacombe Beach

If you visiting Devon this summer, make a point of visiting Woolacombe Beach. This golden sandy beach was awarded England for Excellence Gold Award. For the best family resort in 2016 and was also named one of TripAdvisor best beaches in Britain. This beach is a true family favourite. And, you can rest assured that it is clean and secure, with lifeguards on duty.

Whitesands Bay Beach, Pembrokeshire

Whitesands Bay Beach, Pembrokeshire

Whitesands Bay Beach in Pembrokeshire is the place to go if you prefer to spend your days being involved and trying your hand at anything from surfing to canoeing. The ex-naval vessel HMS Scylla, which sank nearly 15 years ago, is a famous diving spot further out to sea. One to add to your to-do list when the tasks resume.

Brighton Beach

Brighton Beach

This seaside area, known as London by the Sea is typically buzzing with entertainment, restaurants, and attractions along the seafront. If you prefer a more tranquil setting, either side of the fun-filled pebbled beach is long relaxing strips dotted with pastel-coloured beach huts. Ideal for lying down in the summer sun and breathing in the fresh sea air.

Durdle Door, Jurassic Coast, Dorset

Durdle Door, Jurassic Coast, Dorset Beach

Durdle Door, named after its massive limestone arch, stretches over the sandy beach and into the blue waters. This provides stunning scenery for you to enjoy while sunbathing along the Jurassic Coast. If you want to add a little excitement to your holiday, you can take the plunge and swim via Durdle Door. ” the experience will not disappoint”!

Porthcurno, Cornwall

Porthcurno, Cornwall Beach

The dazzling turquoise waters of Porthcurno will fool you into believing you have sailed thousands of miles to a tropical paradise. Its golden sands and beautiful scenery are ideal for anyone seeking a bit of relaxation. The place is so beautiful that it was selected as one of Poldark beach locations, so we do not need an excuse to visit.

Rhossili Bay, Gower, Wales

Rhossili Bay, Gower, Wales Beach

This golden sand beach provides stunning panoramic views of three miles of golden sands. You are forgiven for believing you travelled outside of the UK.  If you had access to all water sports, such as surfing, Games. If you look closely, you could even see dolphins catching a wave in the clear waters. Or a seal relaxing in the sun – yes. Living in the UK for the summer has never sounded so good!

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