This Quiz Will Tell You Which Seaside Town You Should Visit
Aside from its exciting atmosphere and impressive night life, one of Brighton's best assets is its pier and pebble beach. The pier is packed with rides, sweet treats, and even the classic 2p machines that are sure to make you feel nostalgic.
If you're a fan of seafood, and in particular a good fish and chips, Newquay is the place to go. It's a town well known for its seaside and fishing port with an array of great seafood restaurants on offer.
For fun on the southern coast of England, look no further than Bournemouth. Known for its Victorian architecture and vivacious nightlife, it's the place to visit before the summer is through.
Deep in the heart of Kent is Margate, a traditional seaside town with plenty to offer. There's shopping, an amusement park, stylish spots to eat and drink, and it's even home to one of the smallest theatres in the world.
It's clear when you visit Falmouth that it's largely characterised by its connection to the sea. As the country's first and last port, it's a treat to visit, with stunning coves and cliffs and a coastline to die for.
With its established maritime and mineral heritage, Whitby is steeped in history and classic architecture. Visit the several museums, historic buildings, and galleries, or relax in one of the many tearooms, inns or bars.
Tenby is rich in ancient history, and surrounded by a medieval stone wall. Located in West Wales, the town has a wealth of unique shops and pubs that will make you forget you're in the UK, along with a beautiful stretch of serene blue-grey sea.
This small, but beautiful, town in mid-Wales is ideal for a peaceful weekend away. You're sure to be impressed by stunning views overlooking the cliff, and the picturesque waterfall at Devil's Bridge.
Commonly known as Southend, this seaside town is home to the world's longest pier. If that doesn't impress you, however, spend a day at Adventure Island, an amusement park with several rides for your entertainment pleasure.