UK Beach Holidays 2021/2022
AMAZING AUTUMN HOLIDAYS
The UK's golden landscapes are stunning during Autumn, with the colourful leaves brightening up our beautiful British countryside. It really is a wonderful time to getaway..
There’s nothing quite like cosy clothing, comforting food and warming drinks whilst recharging your batteries on a relaxing holiday. Our Autumn breaks benefit from amazing seasonal offers, perfect for making the most of your time away.
If you're looking for your next getaway our top picks for October breaks are a great place to start.
Exmouth offers a rich mixture of immaculate sands, lovely gardens, a busy marina and a wide range of sports facilities that combine to make it an excellent resort for all ages.
This attractive, small resort is full of character with its narrow twisting streets in the town centre and lively seafront promenade behind the sandy beach.
Tenby is a uniquely attractive resort. Its pastel coloured buildings, narrow streets and the quality of the light from its shimmering bays give it a Mediterranean-like atmosphere.
UK Beach Holidays
Seaside holidays create the best of holiday memories. From beautiful beaches to rugged coastlines, a relaxing seaside break is so easy by coach or air. Choose from a range of destinations in the UK, Ireland and even Jersey & Guernsey.
Bournemouth is superbly situated on the sunny South coast on top of spectacular cliffs which look down upon miles of golden sand. It is probably Britain's most international resort. Stroll through the splendid gardens or browse through the remarkable selection of shops. The town is full of flowers and there are beautifully manicured parks and gardens. The Lower Gardens and Central Gardens in particular provide a lush green contrast to the nearby beach.
Bognor Regis has been a seaside fishing settlement since Anglo Saxon times. The resort is flat and has an excellent promenade walk. There is a pier and a delightful park, Hotham Park, which boasts a narrow gauge railway, putting green, crazy golf, tennis court and boating lake. The beach is predominantly pebbly but the water is clean and the quality of the light often remarkable.
Eastbourne is one of Britain's more elegant resorts, enjoying a glorious location on the South Coast. Because it is sheltered by Beachy Head and the South Downs it has an excellent sunshine record, always coming around the top of the sunshine league. It has a spacious promenade to stroll along and the world-famous Carpet Gardens line the seafront. There's plenty to see and do with first class shops, cinemas, museums, shows, concerts and dancing in the Winter Gardens.
The Isle of Wight has a great deal to offer with many superb sandy beaches, mile upon mile of stunning countryside and coastal walks and all the usual modern holiday facilities in the resorts. Sandown is the island's principal resort, and offers a wealth of entertainments. Sandown Bay is the largest on the island and offers a long, safe, sandy beach framed at either end by stunning white cliffs contrasting with the rich blue sea.
Shanklin boasts a long, safe sandy beach which lies at the foot of the spectacular cliffs on which most of the town is situated. The two are connected by a cliff lift. The traditional seaside part of town blends into the picturesque thatched cottages of Shanklin Old Town at the head of the impressive Shanklin Chine. Although a quieter and more intimate resort than Sandown it nevertheless has its own theatre, lively pubs and entertainments.
Few resorts anywhere in the world can rival the popularity of Blackpool! There's so much to do here from the three piers and spectacular pleasure beach to the world famous Blackpool Tower.
Criccieth offers splendid views over Cardigan Bay. It is home to a medieval castle, and close by to the colourful village of Portmeirion - famous for its TV appearance in the The Prisoner.
Sandown is the Isle of Wight's principal resort, offering a wealth of entertainments. Sandown Bay is the largest on the island and offers a long, safe, sandy beach.
Scarborough is a delightful seaside resort, one of the oldest in Britain. There is plenty nearby to explore from the famous York Shambles to The Deep, one of the UK's most spectacular aquariums.
Torquay is situated at the heart of 22 miles of unspoilt coastline, often referred to as the "English Riviera". It has a mild climate, sparkling blue waters and in its beautiful public gardens you will see subtropical plants!
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