Tenby is an absolute gem of resort, with attractive pastel-coloured Georgian and Victorian buildings balanced on a rocky headland overlooking a scenic boat-filled harbour and surrounded by wonderful beaches of soft golden sand.
It is a small town of great charm and beauty and is one of the most attractive holiday destinations in the whole of the UK.
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Babbacombe is situated adjacent to Torquay, it continues to enjoy total independence with its very own promenade, theatre, shops, restaurants, and of course the world famous Babbacombe Model Village.
There are the most stunning coastal views right across Lyme Bay past Exmouth and Lyme Regis on the Jurassic coast as far as Portland Bill. All this sits high above two beaches and a harbour with footpath and road access in addition to the historic Babbacombe cliff railway, one of only a few original working funicular railways still in existence today.
Babbacombe leads naturally into the adjoining village of St. Marychurch which has its own thriving shopping precinct with a wide choice of independently owned small shops and boutiques. Babbacombe is the ideal location for a quiet and peaceful holiday with the alternative Torquay town centre on the doorstep.
St Anne’s is just six miles from the bright lights of Blackpool, but they couldn’t be more diffrent in both character and atmosphere. This seaside town is nestled along the picturesque stretch of coastline lined with well tended lawns, a boating lake and pretty parks.
The rolling sand dunes of St Anne’s-on-Sea and the Ribble Estuary adjacent to Lytham make a safe haven for more than 250,000 migrating birds that flock here in winter. As you stroll along the seafront, you can’t miss Lytham’s Grade II listed Windmill, which has sat on the emerald lawns of Lytham Green since 1805. A short stroll from the seafront, brings you to central Lytham, where you’ll find charming boutiques, restaurants and independent shops lining leafy Clifton St.
Eastbourne is an elegant resort at the foot of the South Downs in Sussex. Friendly hotels and exciting events make us one of the country’s favourite holiday destinations.
The shingle beach and 3-mile long promenade draw many tourists. It has a reputation for being one of the sunniest places in the UK. The well-kept gardens and pebble beaches attract many retirees who enjoy the fresh sea air and arcade-free promenade. The town has an excellent range of amenities including four theatres, museums, a bandstand which hosts music concerts and several parks.
Performers from over 48 countries have taken part in the Tattoo and around 30 per cent of the 220,000 audience each year are from overseas.
The Tattoo’s unique ability to bring together thousands of people for this annual celebration of music and entertainment continues and the public’s appetite for pomp and ceremony shows no sign of diminishing