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The entire English coastline is featured on a new holiday booking tool, englandscoast.com allowing Dutch visitors to book hotels, campsites, water sports, pubs and much more to create their perfect coastal adventure – just a short hop across the Channel.
The entire English coastline will become accessible to visitors for the first time when the new England Coast Path National Trail is launched next year. At 2,800 miles it will be the world’s longest sign-posted walking route and to celebrate, 2021 is to be designated the Year of the English Coast.
With autumnal sun flooding the beaches, the sea at its warmest and scenes of migrating birds, autumn’s the perfect time for a coastal English escape. And booking that escape has never been easier thanks to England’s Coast, an online booking platform featuring more than 1,700 coastal hotels, B&Bs, attractions and experiences.
England’s second Seafood Feast returns to the English Riviera, south Devon, from 20 September to 6 October giving visitors the chance to dine on some of the best seafood in the world exactly where it’s landed.
COMBINE A CITY TRIP TO LONDON WITH A BEACH GETAWAY AT THE ENGLISH COAST
Camp in the woods, on the beach or on a farm
From mussels in Devon to Cromer Crab in Norfolk, freshly-caught lobster in Yorkshire to oysters in Essex, the waters surrounding the English coast teem with hundreds of fish and shellfish, making it one of the world’s top destinations for seafood lovers.
A paradise for lovers of flora and fauna