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Top five best UK beaches to visit this summerBack

bournemouthThe summer holidays are in full swing, and with the weather currently so hot, many families will be keen to head to the coast to let their kids cool off!

There are some amazing beaches to visit in this country, and when we get the right weather, there’s nowhere else better which is why the team at Trusted Dealers has created a list of the top five best beaches to visit within the UK.

Take a look below for details on our favourite beaches to visit this summer.

Bamburgh Beach, Northumberland

Bamburgh beach is based on the popular Northumberland coast. It is a beautiful, unspoilt beach which is still relatively unscathed by tourists, in fact out of season, you might find yourself the only person there. With Bamburgh Castle providing a dramatic backdrop as well as access to Holy Island via a low-tide causeway, there is plenty to keep you entertained on this beach. There are many excellent guesthouses to stay in, in nearby Bamburgh Village, or another popular area is the seafront in Beadnell a few miles south along the coast.

Barafundle Bay Beach, Wales

We were hard pushed to choose the best beach in Wales as there are so many that made the short-list, but Barafundle Bay on the Pembrokeshire coast is certainly spellbinding. Mainly because you have to actually go on a short adventure to find it – by walking along a cliff path from nearby Stackpole Quay then through a stone archway. Once you get there, you will not be disappointed. The nearest accommodation to this awe-inspiring beach is the Stackpole Inn.

Porthmeor Beach, St Ives

Porthmeor beach is one of four fantastic beaches located in the pretty seaside town of St Ives in Cornwall and it offers one of the loveliest bays in Britain for both tourists and surfers alike. There is something for everyone in St Ives to include a beautiful harbour, two amazing art galleries, picturesque cobbled streets filled with quaint little shops and eateries and plenty of scrumpy cider to keep you entertained at night. You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to B&Bs to stay in, but if you want to be really near to the action head to the Digey area.

Bournemouth Beach, Dorset

Bournemouth beach in the popular county of Dorset was voted the UK’s number one beach resort by Trip Advisor in 2012 and it is not difficult to see why. With its plethora of Blue Flag beaches and Green Flag gardens it offers the perfect space for families to enjoy the best that summer has to offer. It has won umpteen awards for cleanliness and offers fabulous views of the Needles on the Isle of Wight on a clear day. It might be a popular beach with tourists, but for a beach which is so near to the town, it is still a cut above many other city beaches in the UK.

Posted by Leana Kell on 07/08/2013