Blog & Local Stories
For holiday inspiration, the best things to see on the coast and an insight into life on England’s Coast, click on the local stories and blogs below.
Make 2023 the year to celebrate the important things. On the beach with the family, cycling the South Downs with friends, wine-tasting with lovers, West Sussex is just the place.
This festive period, England’s Coast vows to bring a Christmas to remember. Discover the many ways you can explore and enjoy the breath-taking English coastline this festive season.
Where better for a bracing taste of salty sea air than the sweeping stretches of sand on the beaches of Redcar and Cleveland on the North Yorkshire Coast? This is the gateway to the majestic North York Moors National Park, home to bucket-and-spade family fun but also surfing, horse-racing, golf and much more!
Predominantly known for its dramatic coastal and moorland scenery and centuries of heritage, the North York Moors also has so many accessible places to visit throughout its countryside and coastline.
Here’s the ultimate guide to must-try experiences, places to visit and top places to eat this autumn along the Durham Heritage Coast.
Be adventure-ready this summer and make the most of the great outdoors by ensuring you have the best kit!
Meg Clothier has sailed from England to Alaska, worked as a journalist, published two novels and run a London park café. Here she explains why she likes nothing better than getting cold and wet at the seaside, because then she can get warm and dry, drink gin and play Risk.
Some say England is full. Far from it! Author and guest blogger Martin Dorey spent the summer of 2021 – the year we all stayed at home - searching for solitude. Did he find it? His new book ‘Off the Beaten Track: England and Wales’ spells it out.