British Beaches

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Beaches of the British Isles

This site aims to list every beach in the British Isles, allowing you to find beaches close to where you live or where you're staying on holiday, as well as get an idea of what the beach is like and what goes on there before you visit.

As well as beach listings, we also include weather and tide times where possible plus links to accomodation in the local area.

List of beaches

Map of beaches

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Young Gulls.

Southsea Portsmouth Hampshire

Recent Beach Comments

Church Bay Rhydwyn Isle of Anglesey

This beach is also known as Porth Swtan, and should be the main name for this beach. Thank you.

Ieuan Parry, 24 February 2016

Bull Bay Amlwch Isle of Anglesey

This beach should be referred to as Porth Llechog

Ieuan Parry, 24 February 2016

Aberffraw Bay (Traeth Mawr) Aberffraw Isle of Anglesey

this beach should be referred to as Traeh Mawr only. There is no evidence that the name 'Aberffraw Bay Beach' is in use. Even so, Traeth Mawr should at least be the main name for this beach. thank you very much indeed.

Ieuan Parry, 24 February 2016

Whitecliff Bay Bembridge Isle of Wight

Whitecliff bay holiday park was acquired by away resorts and is now dog friendly. The beach is associated with the park and dogs are allowed all year round. The adjoining sandhills dog restrictions are applicable to the park itself, not the beach. The new owners of the wonky café, very [...]

Jane , 9 February 2016

Lepe Southampton Hampshire

Have just visited the Lepe beach page and I do not think the third photo is of the beach!!!!! I used to visit the beach many moons ago and my mother tried to teach me to swim there from the raft that was anchored there. My mother was born [...]

Mrs. Joanne Chambers, 8 February 2016

Prestatyn. Barkby beach Prestatyn Denbighshire

I was on this beach in the early morning watching the sunrise. You have to be very careful on this beach, there are areas of it that have a thick, black mud. If you step in the wrong place you will begin to sink. It's like quicksand. I went down [...]

Jonnydc71, 5 February 2016

New Brighton (Wallasey) Wallasey Village Wirral

New Brighton has become the must see destination for the North West lately. Beautiful beaches, a Napolionic fort, a lighthouse all combine to add to gehe experience, plus a Community typfied by the way they built a Pirate ship out of driftwood.! Pflowerdew

peter flowerdew, 27 January 2016

Tintagel Tintagel Cornwall

Tintagel beach is the home of the legendary Merlin's cave

, 25 January 2016

Seaton Looe Cornwall

Great day out, safe beach and river. Lovely walks in countryside park if it's too windy on the beach. Beach cafe is friendly, good value and open all year round. Good for dog walking on the beach, dog friendly all year.

Sue, 28 December 2015

Alnmouth Alnmouth Northumberland

Your website says public toilets are availble facin the beach.Is this no longer true.If not what is the large party of walkers who are the today supposed to do? Go on the beach and break the law? Surely there is a serious health hazard being caused at a time when [...]

Keith Davies, 11 November 2015

Alnmouth Alnmouth Northumberland

Your website claims there are toilets on the beach. Is this no longer true. If not what are the many visitors supposed to do?This morning there was a large party of walkers! Surely some Health and safety rules must be being broken!

Keith Davies, 11 November 2015

Blackrock Bude Cornwall

We have been going to this beach for a walk with our dog, almost on a daily basis, rain or shine, since we moved to this area earlier in the year. We have a season ticket for the car park. We have always tried to collect any debris that had [...]

Edwina Howlett, 20 September 2015

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