An ideal sheltered beach in a cove at Durdle Door, England
Colorful doors accentuate light colored buildings in the beach resort town of Exmouth, England
Exmouth, England, is a port town, civil parish and seaside resort, sited on the east bank of the mouth of the River Exe in Devon. The town is the gateway to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast and has two miles of sandy beach.
Within a short walk from the town center, Dawlish Town Beach is ideal to escape the hustle and bustle of the town. The beach is sandy and is backed by stunning cliffs and colorful homes.
Paignton beach and the nearby Preston Sands, which are continuous at low tide, are used for water sports including kite surfing and dinghy sailing. Both are sandy and gently shelving and have no strong currents, making them popular with swimmers and families. Both have green spaces immediately inland. Paignton Green has a pirate-themed Adventure Golf course and the Paignton Geoplay Park, a children’s play area, which has the area’s geology as its theme, inspired by the UNESCO Global Geopark of which Paignton is a part.
Gyllyngvase is one of the four beaches associated with Falmouth, Cornwall, England, south of Pendennis Castle. The man-made beach at Gyllngvase is wide crescent shaped, gently shelving sandy beach with rockpools to explore and is popular with bathers due to the generally calm conditions.
Rocks form a barrier against erosion of the beach and dunes at Sunset Beach, North Carolina