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    Dreaming Of A Coastal Escape – 6 Famous Landmarks

    There are so many places in the UK that just make you stop and stare so we’ve chosen six of our favourites you could visit when staying on our parks.

    Durdle Door

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    10 miles from Weymouth Bay

    This amazing natural landmark was formed out of limestone and is one of the most visited and photographed sites on the Jurassic Coast.

    Conwy Castle

    (source: dailypost.co.uk)

    (source: dailypost.co.uk)

    Conwy Castle is the finest surviving medieval fortifications in the UK and with two barbicans, eight massive towers and a great bow-shaped hall, it really is a must visit.

    23 miles from Presthaven

    Blackpool Tower

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    4 miles from Marton Mere

    Inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, the Blackpool Tower dominates the skyline on the Central Promenade of one of the UK’s most popular destinations. Stand on the glass floor at the top and look down – if you dare!

    Lake Windermere

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    17 miles from Lakeland

    Lake Windermere is the largest natural lake in the whole of England at the heart of the beautiful Lake District.

    Land’s End

    (source: greatbritishlife.co.uk)

    (source: greatbritishlife.co.uk)

    38 miles from Perran Sands

    This is the most south-westerly point of mainland Britain and often the start of many treks up to John O’Groats in Scotland.

    Brighton Pier

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    36 miles from Combe Haven

    This Victorian built structure is one of the UK holidaymakers’ most popular attractions and still attracts £4 million visitors every year to its arcade, shops, funfair and more.

    Have you visited any of these landmarks? Are there any we should have mentioned? Let us know in the comment section below!

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