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Beaches and Coves

Lulworth Cove

Lulworth Heritage Centre, Main Road, Lulworth, Dorset, England - BH20 5RQ
Lulworth Cove is so perfectly circular that it looks like the impact site of a meteor or the remnants of an ancient volcanic cone.  In fact, it was formed because there are bands of rock…

Formby Beach

Beach Parking, Victoria Road, Formby, Liverpool, Merseyside, England - L37 1LJ
Formby Beach is located just north of Liverpool and has some of the largest and most dynamic sand dunes in the UK.  The area is surrounded by a specially protected pine forest and where the…

Port Isaac Cove & Harbour

Fore Street, Port Isaac, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, PL29 3RD
Cornwall is rightly famous for its beautiful coves and natural harbours and Port Isaac (Cornish: Porthysek) is one of the best.  The first harbour pier, to protect against the waves of the Atlantic Ocean, was…

Dungeness Beach and Headland

Dungeness Road, Lydd-on-Sea, Kent, England, United Kingdom, TN29 9NJ
The shingle beach and headland at Dungeness is so large that it's the only place in Great Britain that is officially and geologically classed as a desert by the Met office. Located in the county…

Traigh Ban Nam Monach

Lagandorain, Isle of Iona, Scotland, United Kingdom, PA76 6SW
Triagh Ban nam Monach is Gaelic for 'white strand of the monks.' It's a beach situated on the island of Iona which is one of the most mystical and enchanting of the islands off the…

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