Perched on the ‘drier side of Britain’, Skegness is a seaside resort that’s small enough to offer a friendly atmosphere, but large enough to provide hours of entertainment for young and old alike.
It is the largest resort town on the Lincolnshire coast and has been a premier holiday destination for over a hundred years.
Relax on the European award wining beach stretching out towards the sea.
Blackpool – Britain’s favourite seaside resort – is brimming with exciting attractions that make every visit a fun-filled adventure.
For a trip down memory lane, the Blackpool Tower Eye, with its 4D cinema and SKYWALK, is an awe-inspiring exploration of the city’s history coupled with exhilarating views from the floor to ceiling glass observation window.
Animal-lovers can head to Blackpool Zoo for a day of family-friendly fun. There are more than 1,000 mammals, birds, reptiles, and invertebrates to see across the 32 acres of spacious natural enclosures, and plenty of space for kids to run wild.
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.
Visiting the Isle of Wight is like being abroad at home, Often referred to as ‘the garden isle’, the Isle of Wight is an England in miniature with rolling downs, towering cliffs, golden beaches, pastoral countryside and enough history to keep you busy for an age, let alone a holiday!
Fun for the whole family is guaranteed in the endless range of attractions and activities - lovers may fall in love all over again and walkers, cyclists and sportsmen and women of all ages will thrill at the challenges ahead.
The Isle of Wight has one of the UK’s most spectacular and diverse coastlines, and along its length you’ll find a wealth of fascinating wildlife, natural beauty and places to explore.
The West Wight remains rugged and unspoilt and is a favourite with fossil hunters searching for links with the Island’s rich prehistoric past. East Wight is best known for its miles of sandy beaches and seaside attractions, and is perfect for family holidays where sun, sea and sand a highest priority.
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.
Weston Super Mare is a great seaside resort with all the traditional seaside attractions, including the famous donkeys!
The wide sweep of Weston Bay has miles of clean sandy beach, and a level promenade boasting superb views over the Channel. There is a lovely coastline and countryside to explore in Cheddar, Wells, Bristol, Bath and the Mendip and Quantock Hills are all within easy reach.
Under cover attractions include the SeaQuarium, the North Somerset Museum and the world’s largest dedicated helicopter museum. There is a wide variety of entertainment on at the Playhouse Theatre and the Winter Gardens to suit all ages, and an excellent selection of restaurants, cafes, bars and nightclubs.
Over the last 3 years the seafront and promenade has been transformed by a major refurbishment, and the new Grand Pier which is now open all year round with state of the art rides and a great selection of food and drink.