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Arnside Beach is situated within the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Red Rake beach and cove, Morecombe Bay’s hidden gem.
A wonderfully wild beach with spectacular views and handy amenities.
With endless seaside amenities, South Bay provides the quintessential seaside experience.
A rugged patch of the Yorkshire Coast in the heart of Scarborough.
Visit the beach with BANE! They have a range of beach-friendly wheelchairs for wheelchair users.
Enjoy a quintessentially British beachside experience alongside an iconic Yorkshire town.
A pleasant inlet, huddled against the town historic town of Whitby.
A private cove that makes for a magical day out.
A wild Yorkshire gem like no other beach in Britain.
A little-known beach, lined by grassy dunes and sparkling sea.
A tranquil spot where you can recharge away from the masses.
A wondrous spot along the Yorkshire coast, with a fascinating history waiting to be explored
Plenty of sand and history are waiting to be explored.
A rugged patch of the Yorkshire coast with splendid views and a large colony of seals.
A gently sloping beach that makes for a refreshing day out.
This hidden Yorkshire gem is the perfect spot to enjoy a day at the beach in peace.
Voted the 'Best Beach in Britain', a trip here is a must!
A remote, quaint beach with golden sand and stunning panoramic views.
Enjoy wide swathes of golden sand along a dramatic coastline.
Sheltered by the harbour, the calm beach of Staithes is a glorious spot to explore.
This award winning beach is the perfect spot for a stay at the seaside.
Spend an endless day exploring caves, inlets and rockpools while soaking up stunning views.
From sea arches to pirate history, there is plenty to enjoy here for all of the family.
A remote, long-stretching beach of golden sand and beautiful sea views.
An excellent spot for family fun and fossil hunting.
This beach and seaside resort town make for a wonderful day out.
This small serene inlet is popular amongst both tourists and seabirds.
A sand and shingle beach with a lively promenade.
A vast, sandy beach with interesting remains of Britain's history.
A long, gently shelving beach.
A shingle beach which offers vast swathes of golden sand at low tide.
A mile long stretch of golden sand and pebbles.
Haverigg Beach offers sweeping views of the Lake District’s undulating landscape.
A gently sloping shingle beach on Walney Island.
Visit for sweeping views of golden sand and blue water.
Half Moon Bay Beach offers golden sand and sweeping views across Morecombe Bay.
A scenic beach which houses a plethora of wildlife.
Gem of the North East.
A picturesque Victorian seaside resort.
An idyllic fishing village.
Come and walk along the Northumbrian coastline with stunning scenery, Dunes and chance to breathe in
A lovely open space, surrounding a large freshwater lake.
Embleton Bay is a long, unspoiled stretch of golden sand overlooked by Dunstanburgh Castle. It is id
Seahouses is a popular town with a small harbour, where you can take a boat trip the the Farne Islan
Enjoy breathtaking views from historic boats on one of these award winning cruises, light refreshmen
Beautiful town of Whitley Bay features a great sea front, family fairground, paddling pools for the
Witness nature reclaim the beautiful coastline of Blackhall Rocks
The legendary hotel, beach bar and seafood restaurant is now available to hire as one of the most or
Come and explore Tynemouth and see where this sandy beach takes you!
King Edward’s Bay is a small, sandy beach provided by shelter by cliffs around the bay.
Seaton Carew Beach is a real family destination.
Cullercoats Bay is a small, sandy beach, enclosed by piers.
This is rocky beach, which you'll find a north of the busier Seaham Beach and Harbour.
A vast beach full of golden sand that is best visited at low tide.
The popular Beadnell Bay is wide and sandy beach surrounded by grassy sand dunes.
There is a very small, sandy beach at Craster and it lies within the harbour.
Warkworth Beach offers lots of space, as the beach is as long as the eye can see!
This sandy beach is one of the cleanest beaches in the area and has been awarded an
Whether you wish to walk, sunbath, play in sand dunes, swim, bird watch or explore rock pools this q
Located between Bamburgh Castle and Holy Island this 3 miles stretch of beach is the seasonal breedi
A smaller, quaint sandy beach can be found at the coastal village of Seaton Burn.
Alnmouth beach offers wide sandy bay at the mouth of the River Aln.
There is lots of natural adventures to be had at Blast Beach, this pebbly beach provides lots of exp
The beach at Blyth lies just south of the town of Blyth and is a long, wide, golden stretch of sandy
Cambois has a northern and southern beach; long and sandy, these quiet beaches are backed by rocks a
An urban beach, you will find this on the south side of Roker Pier.
This is a quiet, rural beach. A combination of sand and rock the beach is backed by grassy dunes, di
Crimdon is situated at the southern end of Durham’s Heritage Coast and is a quiet, undisturbed, sand
You will find Dalton Burn north of the busier Seaham Harbour, and it is a small shingle beach where
This small, quiet beach lies on the Durham Heritage Coastand and is a mixture of sand and shingle an
Industrial surroundings to this narrow strip of sand and shingle provide a surprisingly pleasant bac
This single beach has a very industrious feel, sitting to the south of Sunderland Docks.
If you're wanting somewhere to come and explore rock pools then this is the beach for you.
This is a great beach to go to if you're wanting to explore rock pools, spot seabirds such as cormor
Made up of two beaches. The North Beach is quite rocky with a sandy beach that can be accessed at lo
Roker beach is wide and sandy, with rocks along the way to climb and view the rock pools.
A busy beach with lots going on! The beach is sandy beach with dunes, dogs are permitted but there a
A wide, sandy beach known for being well kept, is found just north of Sunderland.
A lovely, sandy beach where you can walk your dog without restriction.
About half a mile south of Berwick lies the beach at Spittal.