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Beach Holidays for Groups

Saturday 19th May 2018

Is there a better destination for a large group holiday in the UK than the beach? We think not! Every corner of the UK has a smattering of award winning beaches to suit all types of groups from sporting enthusiasts to sunbathers, so read on and discover some unique options for your next coastal escape.

 

Starting up north you’ve got Northumberland with its coastal castles, natural beauty, water sports, marine life and night life… so plenty to choose from regardless of your group size.

 

Several beaches worth mentioning include Bamburgh Beach, Seahouses and Beadnell, all of which offer long stretches of sand and plenty of entertainment in the form of cafes, pubs and places of interest to explore, with some also happy to accept dogs.

 

Yorkshire has a lot to offer large groups in the form of culture and entertainment, its stand out beaches being Scarborough, Whitby and Filey.

 

All of these beaches have plenty to keep you and your group occupied, including boat trips, water sports, national parks and monuments, not to mention some great places to eat, with some saying Yorkshire is home to the UK’s best fish n chips!

 

Over in North Wales there are plenty of stretches of golden sand on the Isle of Anglesey and Conwy perfect for a relaxing break or for the more active minded, adrenalin pumping water sports including kite surfing.

 

Down in Dorset you’ll discover the popular seaside resort of Bournemouth with its seven miles of award-winning sandy beach, a fancy Victorian pier, a funicular, deck chairs and colourful beach huts for hire.

 

For those on a luxury break in Dorset, Sandbanks is the ultimate destination to rent a large group beach house, some that boast hot tubs and direct beach access.

 

One of the most popular destinations for beachside group holidays is Cornwall, with favourites like Newquay with its nightlife and St Ives for its restaurants and culture.