- West Wittering, West Sussex-
Set in a “Region of Natural Beauty” on England’s south coast, West Wittering is a far-reaching sandy beach sitting above Chichester Harbor. With its Blue Flag grant for its spotless sands and safe washing waters, it’s one of the nation’s best beaches and draws in day trippers throughout the entire year. Families rush here for picnics on the lush banks and to sprinkle around in the shallow tidal ponds at low tide.
- Brighton, East Sussex-
Britain’s coolest seaside city is a mixed blend of fantastic Regency squares, restricted back streets fixed with non-mainstream boutiques, customary fish and chip shops, and a flourishing club scene. A Taj Mahal-motivated Royal Pavilion bookends the city (worked as an oceanside gathering royal residence for George IV in 1787) and a milestone dock pressed with retro carnival rides. Go for a walk on the beach to the neighboring town of Hove with its kaleidoscopic shoreline cabins and charming bistros. Stop on the way to head up the British Airways i360 tower, the world’s first vertical link vehicle, and invest energy investigating the laines, a clamoring system of avenues fixed with Brighton’s best shops, bistros and bars.
- Camber Sands, East Sussex-
Upheld by towering sand ridges, Camber Sands is an immense beach where the delicate brilliant sand extends for around 7 miles. It’s a prominent taping area and has featured as a background in motion pictures like The Monuments Men and The Theory of Everything. The shallow waters are perfect for paddling, and the conditions are ideal for windsurfing, kitesurfing, and cruising. Check the tides before you visit in case you are hoping to take a dip; you can stroll for a large portion of a mile to achieve the water’s edge at low tide.
- Walton-on-The-Naze, Essex–
This family-accommodating beach on the North Sea in Essex has an esteemed Blue Flag and delicately racking sands for safe swimming. Children will love building sandcastles on the brilliant sands and chasing for fossils by the Red Crag bluffs. Go for a walk along the pier for fish sticks and french fries and a ride on the dodgems and do not miss a trek to Naze Tower for shocking beach front perspectives. First implicit 1720 as a navigational guide, it is currently home to a review stage, a craftsmanship display, an exhibition hall, and a tea room.
- Whitstable, Kent-
This coastal spot in north Kent is a pretty coastline retreat with long shingle beaches supported by weatherboard bungalows and bright beaches huts. Go for a windy walk along the seafront promenade before investigating the pastel-shaded gift shops, bistros, and stores that line the antiquated high road. Whitstable has been collecting shellfish since Roman Times, so do not leave without knocking back a couple at Wheelers, the town’s most seasoned eatery. Active sorts can lease a bicycle and head off on the Crab and Winkle Way, a 7-mile cycle track that joins Whitstable and the antiquated city of Canterbury with its World Heritage-listed house of God.