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Britain's Best Seaside Escapes

Britain's Best Seaside Escapes (Paperback)

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"Britain's Best Seaside Escapes" is a beautifully photographed guide to 38 seaside holiday locations as well as lesser-known but outstanding coastal spots around Britain. With an emphasis on natural landscapes and outdoor activities rather than coastal resorts, this book includes not just great beaches but also areas of stunning coastal scenery, fishing villages, wildlife, nature hotspots and locations for sports. Each escape brings to life a coastal destination and the immediate surrounding area, whether you're planning a weekend break or a proper holiday. The book includes all the vital information you need to make your stay complete, including local pubs, places of interest, where to sleep, where to eat and what to do. It is suitable for readers looking for inspiration when choosing their next seaside holiday in Britain, and for couples, families, outdoor enthusiasts, weekend breakers, watersports enthusiasts and wildlife/nature lovers.

Travel & MapsTravel & holiday guides Publisher: IMM Lifestyle Books Publication Date: 25/03/2010 ISBN-13: 9781847735454  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Annabelle Thorpe has been a travel writer for 10 years, working on the Saturday Times travel desk and as Deputy Travel Editor for Express Newspapers. She currently works for The Observer's Escape section and writes for The Times, the Guardian and The Express. She grew up by the sea in Sussex and continues to return to the coast as often as possible. She lives in Crouch End, London. Liz Bird has more than 15 years' experience in travel journalism and was Deputy Editor of Travel Weekly and worked on The Observer travel desk. She currently writes for The Express, The Observer, The Times and the Daily Express. She grew up in Kent and has a particular love of the South Downs and the Cornish coast. She lives in Southwark, London.

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