You’ll go weak at the knees for stunning panoramas they offer. The serenity abounding them is a perfect remedy for your city-infested soul. And a sunset over there will be a sight you won’t want to swap for anything in life. Get ready to be seduced by 10 most stunning, serene and secluded beaches of Britain.
Seilebost, Isle of Harris
A superb location for camping with your family and friends, Seilebost has been voted to be in the world’s top ten beaches. A walk along the beach is a rejuvenating experience, allowing you to take in the breathtaking vistas of the Sound of Taransay and the North Harris hills.
Oxwich Bay, Gower Peninsula
Visit this picturesque beach for fabulous sunrise views. A pleasing lack of people, plus the bedazzling sun rise over the bay make it worth getting up early. Some of the UK’s most unspoiled sands look stunning when it is drenched with golden light. Enjoy the views and soothing chirping of birds who come here from the nearby nature reserve to feast on their breakfast.
Coves Haven, Lindisfarne, Northumberland
Hauntingly beautiful, this golden sandy beach is where you’re like to find more seals, singing on the rocks, and fewer people. Walking on the soft sands kissed by gentle azure sea is soul-soothing. If the weather is cool, it’s gonna be an unforgettable tryst.
Sennen Cove, Cornwall
Sharks visit this crystal-clear beach, not too close to the shore though, in July. But that’s not the only reason why this pristine beach deserves a mention. It offers stunning panoramas and unforgettable sunset, directly over the horizon. It is also a great surfing spot all year-round.
Sands beach, Wester Ross, Scotland
This Scottish beauty is must-visit if you want a refreshing family trip, sans crowds. Sit on sands, with a cocktail in hands, and take in the incredible views of the Isle of Skye across the water
Pentle Bay, Tresco
The emerald-and-turquoise ocean dotted with islands and serene surrounding of green sandy grass and secluded coves- Pentle Bay is as soothing as it gets. Although not so much to do, this beach will win you over by its unique tropical beauty.
Overlooking this unspoiled stretch of wild coastline is the famous Bamburgh Castle. The water is clear, and sand is warm and thick, starching to over 3 miles towards the sea houses. Come here for a refreshing touch of nature and soothing serenity.
A beauty to behold, Blackpool Sands is about 3 miles southwest of Dartmouth, and is an ideal pick for family getaways. The crescent, crystal clear beach has a gorgeous backdrop of wooded hills and offers plenty of fun for the whole family. You can swim in the warm waters, or hire a kayak to enjoy the beauty of the ocean.
This two-mile sandy stretch on the Gower coast features an intriguing mix of golden sands, cobalt-blue shallow waters, and dramatic woodland in the backdrop. Rent a bicycle and head to the east, towards Tor Bay and Three Cliffs.
Winterton Beach, Norfolk
Three hours from Central London is this Norfolk’s best-kept secrets. Its huge expanse is ideal for leisure stroll through dunes and grasses that home to an array of animals and birds. The surrounding villages have shops and cafes, offering homemade cakes and other treats.