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The best coastal walks in the UK

The Great British coast is home to an array of stunning scenery so we’ve found some of the most beautiful coastal walks for you to enjoy this spring!

Durdle Door to Lulworth Cove and Fossil Forest

Nearest Parks: Weymouth Bay/Seaview/Littlesea, Dorset

Take in some of the most beautiful sights in the country on this walk along the Jurassic Coast. The iconic Durdle Door, the picturesque blue-watered Lulworth Cove and the historic Fossil Forest. It’s definitely worth a visit!

Skrinkle to Amroth

Nearest Parks: Kiln Park/Lydstep Beach, Wales

This is the perfect walk to take in wonderful beach views and enjoy everything the Welsh countryside has to offer. With views out to Caldey Island and across the Bristol Channel to Exmoor it’s the perfect place for coastal walks.

Robin Hood’s Bay to Boggle Hole

Nearest Park: Primrose Valley, Yorkshire

Starting in the beautiful Robin Hood’s Bay take a stroll along this perfect piece of Yorkshire coastline. Take in the picturesque surroundings but that’s not all…there is a whole load of smuggler history to learn about, who knows if you look hard enough you might even spot a smuggler’s boat!

North Sea Trail

Nearest Park: Haggerston Castle, Northumberland

The Northumberland coastline is part of the glorious North Sea Trail which covers over 5000km! Here you will have the chance to enjoy the great outdoors and discover the local wildlife at your leisure. The route mainly follows footpaths and bridle ways and is signed the whole way which makes it very easy to follow. If you want to research more before going trying the coastal walks have a look at their interactive map.

Weybourne to Cromer

Nearest Park: Caister-On-Sea, Norfolk

Taking about 4 hours, this walk brings an end to the Norfolk Coast Path and it doesn’t half do it in style! With stunning views from the Roman Camp and fascinating finds such as a 600,000 year old elephant, you will awaken your senses and maybe find some fossils of your own. I mean once I got the end of this walk I would definitely celebrate with a Cromer crab!

Seaford to Eastbourne

Nearest Park: Combe Haven, Sussex

This walk shows off the delights that the South East coast have to offer! With views of the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs and breath taking scenery this is a popular spot for walkers. Following the South Downs Way you cannot go wrong with the excellent guide that has been planned out!

Where are you favourite coastal walk locations? Have you been on any on the walks mentioned above? Let us know in the comments below!