West Kirby beach in top ten nationally

The Great British coast provides a plethora of opportunities for adventures, and with the summer season just getting started, holidaycottages.co.uk has collated data on more than 550 beaches across the UK to crown the creme de la creme for 2022.

The top ten beaches scored highly in every category, making them a fantastic place to enjoy a summer beach day and the beach at West Kirby has been included in this list.

The top beaches in the UK, in no particular order, are:

  • Fistral Beach, Cornwall
  • Watergate Bay, Cornwall
  • Saunton Sands Beach, Devon
  • Slapton Sands Beach, Devon
  • West Kirby Beach, Wirral
  • Camber Sands, East Sussex
  • Mawgan Porth, Cornwall
  • Trearddur Bay, Anglesey
  • Pendine Sands Beach, Carmarthenshire
  • Newport Sands Beach, Pembrokeshire

To help visitors find the beaches that best meet their needs, holidaycottages.co.uk created the beach index tool This tool allows users to search more than 550 beaches by county or name, and filter by various criteria including: the availability of parking, toilets, lifeguards, cafes, water quality, accessibility, water sports available and whether the beach is dog-friendly.

Commenting on the findings, Shannon Keary, PR & Communications Manager at holidaycottages.co.uk said, “Whether you live by the coast or have fond memories of holidays by the sea from your childhood, here in the UK we really value our time spent at the beach. Whilst we all have our own personal favourites, it was really interesting to dive into the facilities of each beach to find which ones have the most to offer, hopefully helping people to discover somewhere new for 2022.

“Being able to filter down to beaches with lifeguards, the highest water quality, the availability of water sports and other factors should really help people to make their decision on where best to enjoy their break by the sea!” 

Find out more about what the Great British coast has to offer, from water sports to wildlife in the waters, here

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