Beaches Near Sheffield Within 80 Miles By Popularity

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Blessed with an abundance of coastline, the UK boasts over 1000 beaches. From the major seaside resorts of Blackpool, Bournemouth and Brighton to the exceptional sandy stretches, coves and bays found in Cornwall, Pembrokeshire and the Hebrides in Scotland. Though the warmest, sunniest and busiest beaches of all lay along the south coast of England in the summer months.
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    Bosworth Water Trust is a 50-acre leisure park with 20 acres of water sports. The lake is used for …Similar
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    A beautiful flat sandy beach ideal for families, but can get busy in summer also a good place to fi…Similar
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    The promenade and large sandy beach allow an excellent panoramic view of part of the North Wales co…Similar
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    2 lakes in which the largest lake is available for pedalo rides and has sandy beaches; the smallest…Similar
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    The beach stretches 2 to 3 miles of long open sandy beach. The beach is good for birdwatching, flyi…Similar
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    Lincolnshire's most famous seaside resort with a spacious wide sandy beach backed by dunes. Popular…Similar
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    A large expanse sandy beach with dunes at the mouth of the Dee Estuary. This beach is ideal for bir…Similar
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    Miles of beautiful golden sand very busy in summer, popular for beach sports, swimming, windsurfing…Similar
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    0.38 Miles (0.61km) of clean sand, fully exposed at low tide ideal for horse riding and sand buggyi…Similar
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    Lovely large sandy flat beach popular in summer with families. Swimming is possible when the tide i…Similar
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    A long sandy beach with a promenade. This is one of three sandy beaches along the Prestatyn coastli…Similar
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    Central Beach is located between the Ffrith and Barkby Beaches, only half a mile from the town cent…Similar
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    A beautiful sandy stretch of sand popular with swimmers, fossil hunters, sea anglers, dog walkers a…Similar
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    A stunning large stretch of sand backed by sand dunes which is ideal for the children to play hide …Similar
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    A mainly sandy beach backed by dunes and the small town of Hightown. The beach is the site of a for…Similar
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    The site has a beautiful rural sandy beach, high dunes, furrowed grassland that were once asparagus…Similar
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    A wide welcoming expanse of soft sand perfect for a relaxing day by the sea. There are plenty of tr…Similar
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    A long, wide and flat sandy beach, and separated from the town by a narrow strip of large sand-dune…Similar
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    Shingle at high tide but sand, fully exposed at low tide.Similar
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    A large sandy area at low tide with salt marshes looking north towards Morecambe Bay an ideal beach…Similar
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    A sandy beach on a fairly developed stretch of coastline and is the home to the Ingoldmells donkeys…Similar
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    A wide and flat sandy beach with sand dunes that fringe the beach and with a Victorian pier. This b…Similar
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    Moggs Eye - 94
    A sandy beach surrounded by unspoilt countryside and sandhills. Popular for swimming, surfing and f…Similar
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    Meols Beach - 101
    A small strip of shingle at high tide but exposing a vast expanse of sand low tide.Similar
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    A 2.9km Long beach which is made up of fine golden sand and shingle. Favoured by walkers, bathers a…Similar
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