10 to try: British beachesBe the first to comment 1 May 2011
Fistral Beach, Newquay, Cornwall
The home of surfing in Britain; in fact, the British Surfing Association is based here and offers surfing lessons from its National Surfing Centre (www.nationalsurfingcentre.com), while various surfing competitions and tours are held throughout the year. The flat beach is backed by steep sand dunes, and can get pretty crowded with some visitors staying overnight in the stylish apartments right on the sand. For more information, visit www.fistralbeach.co.uk.
Getting there Follow the A392 from the A30 or A39. Fistral Beach is signposted from Newquay’s town centre.
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