Enjoy our events and festivals, our stunning gardens and the seven miles of beautiful coastline. Bournemouth also offers a wealth of attractions, entertainment, activities and adventure. Bournemouth Air Festival: 28 August to 31 August 2014. Order your free holiday guide now.
For a great seaside holiday visit Bridlington. With award-winning beaches, clear safe water, freshly caught fish and chips, funfairs and vibrant arcades, ice cream parlours, rock shops, tea rooms and cafés along with traditional seaside accommodation, Bridlington has it all.
Visit Ceredigion for a weekend break or longer stay to discover some of Wales’s finest coast and countryside. Walk the Wales Coast Path calling at Aberystwyth, Aberaeron, New Quay and Cardigan; spot seals and dolphins from cliff top paths and Blue Flag beaches. Trek the Cambrian Mountains for dramatic landscapes and dark starry skies.
Visit our spectacular Jurassic Coastline, world famous for fossils and including the seaside town of Lyme Regis. Breathtaking views, rolling countryside, historic market towns and delicious local food - all in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We look forward to welcoming you.
There has never been a better time to visit! Situated on the stunning south coast between 1066 Countryside and the South Downs National Park, Eastbourne is the perfect holiday getaway. Discover glorious, clean beaches, exciting events, a truly cosmopolitan harbour, a wealth of galleries and heritage plus superb shopping and restaurants.
If you’re looking for a great value, Great British seaside holiday with award-winning attractions, beaches and festivals, Torquay, Paignton, Brixham and Babbacombe Bay offer the complete package, all year round.
Norfolk’s premier seaside resort on the edge of the Broads is a modern yet traditional, vibrant, fun holiday destination with plenty to see and do, indoors and out. Enjoy your next holiday or short break in Great Yarmouth, home to stunning beaches, fun family attractions and festivals, top entertainment and nightlife, fascinating maritime heritage and bustling market place.
Ilfracombe – home to Damien Hirst’ s Verity. Family activities, beaches, stunning scenery, spectacular working harbour, arts & crafts, good walking, heritage & history, excellent variety of food & drink.
There’s never been a better year to visit the UK’s premier holiday island. Explore an English landscape in a tropical setting; walk in the footsteps of Dinosaurs, discover great food from fresh fish on the beach to A la carte restaurants on the cliffs. Come abroad to the Isle Of Wight!
Jersey is packed full of places to explore, from breathtaking beaches to dramatic cliff-top paths, from tranquil country lanes to leafy hidden valleys, from award-winning attractions to awe-inspiring castles, from sophisticated restaurants to stylish shopping. Add a mild climate, easy travel by air or sea from the UK and great-value offers, and you've discovered Jersey.
Discover vibrant Llandudno, the Victorian seaside gem. World Heritage Conwy. Year round breaks, filled with fun, good food, great walking and world class theatre. All within easy reach of Snowdonia
A Lancashire coastal haven for all seasons. ‘ One of the greenest, cleanest and most beautiful places in Britain’ quote from Royal Horticultural Society 2013. Rich in culture, heritage, superb shopping, and a packed programme of events.
When you visit Sidmouth you'll join those who have fallen under its unique charm. With beautiful gardens, Regency history, fine hotels and accommodation plus clean beaches and friendly shops - there's something for everyone in this lovely seaside town. Seaside Heaven. Regency Town, World Heritage Coast and unspoilt countryside all in one.
Experience a great British seaside holiday where one of England’s best loved resorts, Skegness, is waiting to welcome you and create holiday memories to last a lifetime. A step inland takes you to the rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds, nestled between historic market towns steeped in heritage and tradition.
Reasons to visit - Snowdon, at 3560ft is the highest peak in Wales and England. This area of outstanding natural beauty has 200 miles of coastline, UNESCO World Heritage sites, castles, circular walks and coastal path, cycle routes, narrow gauge railways, fun and activity parks, an electric mountain, Italianate village and plenty more.
England's Classic Resort, a classic Victorian town by the sea with a contemporary twist. Shop in style, relax on beautiful beaches, visit superb events and play on world-class golf courses. Ideal for a day trip or mini break.
Immerse yourself in idyllic West Norfolk with its wonderful coastline of broad sandy beaches, backed by beautiful rolling countryside and picturesque villages. Explore historic King’s Lynn and bustling market towns, full of character, history and heritage. Sample fresh produce from land and sea at some great pubs and restaurants. For the best in a seaside holiday, come to the classic resort of Hunstanton, with great beaches and loads of fun for the kids.
Worthing is located on the glorious Sussex coast, nestled below the South Downs National Park. One of the sunniest spots in the UK, it offers the very best of the classic British Seaside alongside heritage, history, culture and a fantastic events programme.
Popular seaside resorts of Cleveleys and Fleetwood, rich heritage in Poulton-le-Fylde and surrounding villages, breathtaking countryside in Garstang and the Forest of Bowland - Wyre is an area of surprising contrasts. The Wyre brochure contains comprehensive Lancashire tourist information and hundreds of Wyre holidays.