During the summer holiday, citizens in the UK need not go elsewhere to spend time with family or friends under the sun. This is due to the fact that there are a lot of destinations to choose from. Perhaps some go to a remote location but others can stay along the countryside to bask under the sun for a tan. So aside from saving a huge amount of money with this option, it can also be a good opportunity to visit local travel destinations.


For foreign tourists, it is also fun to visit locations in the UK particularly those who have not seen the beauty on this part of Britain. After all, summertime only happens once a year, so everybody can save up and prepare to make the next big holiday more fun and memorable. Here are a few of the places to be this summer.

Hidden Beaches in the UK


If you are fond of relaxing along the coastline, then the Chapel Porth at Cornwall should be your next destination. You can get the best experience by foot that can reach up to three kilometres on a coastal path that starts from the south which is Porthtowan or from the north which is St Agnes. Another beach that you can visit is the one found at Steephill Cove in the Isle of Wight. The beach has convenient accommodations such as beach huts, rock pools, and deck chairs.

Beaches with Restaurants


Visitors who love beaches with comfy cafes and pubs can enjoy this one at Fifteen Cornwall at the Watergate Bay. It offers dishes for the whole family to enjoy. On the other hand, if you want to bask on a beach with white sands, the Porthminster Beach Café at St Ives should be your next stop. It offers a coastline that is pretty comparable with the Caribbean’s.


Photos by: Reading TomAndrewChris ReedJohn Stratford

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