Coastal locations, East Anglia
Situated only 10 minutes from the market town of Stalham Sea Palling is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Stretches of fine sand create a series of shallow bays, formed by man made reefs just off the coast, providing safe swimming.
Once a traditional Norfolk fishing village, Sheringham is also a delightful seaside town. Fishing and crab boats ply their trade from the shore. The shingle beach at high tide makes way to a beautiful gently sloping golden sandy beach.
Frinton, Essex, CO15 1SE
Caister-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, NR30 5HE
Caister's South Beach near Great Yarmouth starts from behind Caister's Independent Lifeboat Station. Wide dunes lead down to a glorious, golden, sandy beach.
Leigh-on-Sea, Southend, SS9 2ER
A small, beautiful sandy beach that is near to bustling and historical "Old Leigh", Bell Wharf is a natural haven, ideal for people looking to relax, or for those with younger children.
Lowestoft South of Claremont Pier, Suffolk
Lowestoft's beach South of Claremont Pier is locally referred to as Victoria Beach. It is a fine and sandy beach enjoyed by both visitors and residents alike.
Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, CO15 1QX
A busy and popular seaside resort on the Essex Sunshine Coast. Its many attractions include, Clacton Pier, bars, restaurants and town centre shopping. The town boasts theatres that provide traditional seaside entertainment and a cinema.
California, Great Yarmouth, NR29 3PD
California Beach near Great Yarmouth is a lovely, wide, sand and shingle beach at the bottom of low sandy cliffs, merging with Scratby Beach. Peaceful and picturesque part of the coastline accessed via steep steps.
Shoeburyness, Southend, SS3 9AD
East Beach is a long sandy beach that is crowned with a magnificent grassy hinterland making it a superb location to enjoy a picnic. A popular part of the estuary for watersports, East Beach is home to Essex Kitesurfing Club.
Clacton, Essex, CO15 1SE
Bell Wharf Beach is a small sandy, non-commercialised beach situated in the Leigh-on-Sea Old Town. This beautiful old town, brimming with history, has all the character and charm of the old sea-faring community that it once was.
Sizewell is a small, traditional fishing hamlet whose beach is lengthy and open. It comprises predominantly shingle but has an added feature of a backdrop sand dunes which is quite unusual on this stretch of coastline.
Promenade Way, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO15 1SE
Thorpe Esplanade, Thorpe Bay, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS1 3NS
A mix of sand and shingle, Thorpe Bay beach stretches from Eastern Esplanade by Southchurch Park through to Thorpe Bay Yacht Club.
With long stretches of fine sandy beaches and it's uncomplicated pace of life Mundesley attracts lots of tourists in the summer season.
Grays Beach, Riverside Park, Thames Road, Grays, Essex, RM17 6JP
Hunstanton is a gently sloping beach with rock pools at the northern end leading to Hunstanton's famous red and white stripped cliffs.
Aldeburgh is a quaint seaside town, unspoilt by modern times, whose predominantly shingle beach stretches for a considerable distance and shelves quite steeply to the sea.