Voted one of the Top 10 city beach break destinations in the world, Brighton & its beachfront cool are legendary. With the famous Brighton Pier as a backdrop, daytime traditional seaside fun mixes seamlessly with night time funky beachside club culture. Soak up the cosmopolitan vibe on the beach at Brighton. Stroll along the bustling Brighton promenade and soak up the cosmopolitan atmosphere at one of the cafes and bars, relax on the famous Blue Flag pebble beach or try your hand at one of the many beach and water sports or sailing activities. You'll also find some great galleries & art in the Artists' Quarter on the lower promenade near Brighton Pier. (© Visitbrighton.com).
Clevedon is a charming seaside town whose elegance and appeal has plenty to offer all ages. Here, sand gives way to a pebbled shoreline, backed by largely unspoilt Victorian architecture.The restored Grade I listed pier dates from 1869 and is recognised as one of the finest in the country. Cream teas are available in the Pavilion at the end of the pier. (©Visitsomerset.co.uk).
Sellin is a pier in the Baltic
seaside resort of Sellin
on the German island of Rügen. The pier has a restaurant near the beach over the water and has a diving gondola. (©Germany.travel).
Heringsdorf has always been the most sophisticated of the "Imperial 3". Submerge yourself in the atmosphere of the golden Twenties that can still today be experienced in the
promenade's cafés and guesthouses that adorn Europe's longest beach promenade and are positioned between the majestic, everlastingly elegant villas of the
Seaside Resort Architecture from the imperial era. (©drei-kaiserbaeder.de).
Cromer Pier is a pier in the civil parish of Cromer on the north coast of the English county of Norfolk, 40 kilometres (25 mi) due north of the
city of Norwich in the United Kingdom. The pier is the home of the Cromer Lifeboat Station and the Pavilion Theatre. (©cromer-pier.com).
The Longest Pleasure Pier in the World. If you walk along Southend-on-Sea’s High Street, towards the sea, your eye will be drawn in a straight line towards the
longest pleasure Pier in the world. Standing for over a century it extends 2.158 kilometres (1.341 miles) into the Thames Estuary, and is a well loved and recognised symbol of Southend and the
pleasures of the English seaside. (©Visitsouthend.co.uk).
The Pier unarguably gives the city its typical look. A unique construction, with its 350 meters long walkway straight into the sea, ends in a monumental ‘cake’: an impressive circular building with a wide promenade. (Copyright belgiumpier.be).
Looking for some peace and quiet? The seaside resort of Scheveningen is a great place for an invigorating walk or hike through the dunes any time of the year. Just a 5-minute walk away you will enter the sand dunes (from the Harstenhoekweg) where you can walk and cycle to the nearest quiet beach. Facilities there are limited. (Copyright holland.com).
The wooden pier is one of the oldest attractions in Sopot and the pride of the town. It is the longest piece of construction made of wood in Europe . It
stretches up to 511 meters into the sea and it is 10 meters wide with several decks on its side. (©sopot.net).
A recognisable landmark of the Southport is the Grade II listed Pier at Southport beach – the oldest iron pier and second longest in the country. Hop on board the one-of-a-kind
Pier tram to the end pavilion or if you’d rather stretch your legs you can stroll the Pier’s full length. (©visitsouthport.com).
Blackpool – Britain’s favourite seaside resort – is crammed with thrills and excitement, making every visit a fun-filled adventure. They have lots of great attractions for you to