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Bridgwater.
Kilve beach. Geological and fossil beach
Ilfracombe.
Tunnel Beaches.
Woolacombe Beach.
Newquay.
Fistral Beach. Renowned surfing beach.
Paignton.
Paignton Sands. 7 miles of sandy beach, 5 minutes walk to 'Quay West' a water park and amusement centre at Goodrington Sands.A superb choice for the family.
Torquay.
Meadfoot Bay. Framed by the Regency-style Hesketh Crescent, Meadfoot Bay and its beach are one of Torquay's best-kept secrets. Surrounded by wooded cliffs, it has a coveted Blue Flag award yet, on a hot sunny day, there is space a plenty to be found.
The English Riviera. 22 miles of stunning coastline one of the worlds most spectacular locations. 22 miles of coastline with 20 beaches and coves, ruined fortresses, bird sanctuaries, golf courses, cliff walks, sea front gardens, fishing harbours and marinas.
Weston-Super-Mare. Seaside resort.
Big beach.

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