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.
Such happy happy memories of Redgate beach both from my childhood in the 1940s/50s with Mum,Dad and brother David when we stayed at the Glen Hotel on Babbacombe Beach Rd and with my own children in the 70s/80s. Every day we would walk down to Babbacombe beach before heading off [...]
Helen Norbury, 13 June 2015
Coming from Elie myself, I have one small point. Elie bay is in Elie, NOT in St Monans (Monance). A bit like saying Glasgow Queen Street is in Paisley. St Monans is 3 miles away.
James Henry, 3 June 2015
More and more people are bringing there dogs on the beach just to use it as a dog toilet.People think; the tide will take it out or the sand will cover it. WELL the little girl who got dog dirt in her hands playing in the sand felt very upset.The [...]
joseph, 25 May 2015
A great beach for all the family. Nice sands & dunes at the north end - promenade and facilities at the other. Coastal walk to Souter Lighthouse suitable for all.
Martin, 23 May 2015
I am very surprised by the comment saying that the beach was fouled with dog dirt. I have been visiting Seaton Sluice Beach for over 20 years and I have never seen any dog dirt - despite there being so many dogs. However, it is a VERY big beach so [...]
Liz, 11 May 2015
Love Hengistbury Head - there is now an excellent Information Centre as well as amenities mentioned. Also a land train and option of good tarmac paths, excellent for people with disabilities Travellers from afar should note that most of the car parks mentioned are on the other side of Christchurch [...]
Sarah Cowley , 23 April 2015
Please dont say the gyle etc are near Cramond for car parking they are not! Folk can parkk at Cramond, the area around Cramond and down from Silver knowes. Keep valuables hiddden . The Almond is worth a walk along and so you can take the bus from town, [...]
Nick, 12 April 2015
Took my grandchildren to Irvine beach yesterday and was astonished to see so many irresponsible dog owners not "scooping the poop". The beach appears to be popular with dog walkers. From what I saw yesterday was there were some responsible dog owners but I witnessed a large number of irresponsible [...]
, 9 April 2015
Sadly, there appears to be some error about information stated as factual about this beach. IN the Summer months, there IS A LIFEGUARD service provided by volunteers from Folkestone Rescue service. They also operate a number of RIB boats, paddle canoes & lifeguards on foot. There should be a lookout [...]
JGH Boyes, 6 April 2015
A great beach if you're into BASE jumping! No access "by foot". LOL !
Olive Harries, 3 April 2015
Lovely beach, which is amazing when a strong wind brings out windsurfers. These boys and girls are very skillful at what they do. I only wish they would set up a beginners school.
William Carroll, 31 March 2015
This is our local beach and we love walking along the prom which has been recently re-Tarmac'd. You can walk all the way along past the beach huts to The Shack which is a little hut that serves tea, coffee, some hot food and ice cream. Although the beach is [...]
CaroleHants, 28 March 2015