Beaches Near Surrey Within 17 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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    This beach is much quieter than Littlehampton East Beach, with its unspoilt sand dunes which are de…Similar
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    This blue flag beach is the best natural uncommercialised sandy beach. The extensive areas of mown …Similar
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    A large shingle beach but sand is revealed when the tide goes out. This is a well developed seaside…Similar
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    A sandy beach set on the south coast just to the east of Bognor Regis.Similar
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    Kingston Beach - 55 (6.8)
    A gravel and shingle beach with some barnacled rocks and pools. Also close to the beach is the ligh…Similar
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    Bognor Regis Beach - 66 (5.8)
    Bognor Regis beach is a family-friendly beach consisting of sand and shingle, sloping gently toward…Similar
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    There are lots of rock pools which have lots off crabs, shrimp and small fish.There are cafes and s…Similar
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    exploring the beach under the high cliffs, building sandcastles when the sea is out or watching the…Similar
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    Brighton Beach - 85 (7.2)
    Highly popular shingle and sand beach serving one of Britain's most famous seaside resorts. Spend a…Similar
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    Hove Beach - 106
    The beach is a sand/shingle beach with a large promenade and good for swimming.Similar
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    Goring Beach - 126
    Sand at low tide, pebbles at the high-tide mark and some rocky pools to splash in or catch a crab. …Similar
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    Eight kilometres of pebble beach with sand at low tide stretches along Hayling Island from Eastoke …Similar
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    Vegetated shingle beach with internationally rare habitat that contains such plants as Yellow Horne…Similar
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    A shingle beach which is good for fishing. It also won best place to go with your dog award in 2005…Similar
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    East Head - 196
    East Head near West Wittering, is a small but significant sand and shingle spit at the entrance to …Similar
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    South coast shelving beach. At low tide it is sandy with extensive shallows. Wind surfing and kite …Similar
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    Pelham Beach - 222
    A south east facing shingle beach. There is a large shingle bar at the harbour entrance making this…Similar
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    South Lancing Beach - 226 (4.8)
    A Shingle beach popular with windsurfers, kitesurfers and Rock pools for the childrenSimilar
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    A shingle beach revealing sand at low water with a pier and a promenade. Also good for Kiting and S…Similar
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    A quiet and very long beach with great views.Similar
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    Ferring Beach - 387 (6.8)
    A Pebble Beach great for wind surfing, kitesurfing, surfing and Fishing.Similar
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    This predominantly shingle beach.Similar
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    The beach is shingle and at low tide, rock pools are created and the beach is backed by high chalk …Similar
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    Eastoke beach is a steep shingle Beach on the corner it is said to be good for fishing.Similar
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    A shingle beach between the old West Pier structure and Brighton Pier. Popular beach for sports act…Similar
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