Britain’s best beaches revealed – and Skegness makes the cut

You don’t have to venture far see some stunning coastline.

Britain is home to plenty of picturesque beaches – from the Sandbacks of Poole to the pebbly shores of Brighton.

Keep Britain Tidy recently revealed which locations have been awarded Blue Flag status.

The beaches were picked based on a wide variety of factors, from cleanliness to facilities.

Here’s where made the list.

Best beaches in the East Midlands

  • Ingoldmells South
  • Central Beach, Mablethorpe
  • Central Beach, Skegness
  • Central Beach, Sutton on Sea
  • Cleethorpes Central

Best beaches in east England

  • Cromer
  • Sea Palling
  • Sheringham
  • Mundesley
  • East Runton
  • West Runton
  • East Beach Shoeburyness
  • Shoebury Common
  • Thorpe Bay
  • Three Shells Beach
  • Dovercourt Bay
  • Brightlingsea

Best beaches in north east England

  • Tynemouth Longsands
  • King Edwards Bay
  • Whitley Bay
  • Roker
  • Seaburn
  • Saltburn by the Sea
  • Best beaches in Yorkshire & Humber
  • Whitby
  • Best beaches in south east England
  • Brighton Central
  • Hove Lawns
  • Tankerton
  • Marina St Leonards
  • Hayling Island Beachlands
  • Sheerness Beach
  • Minster Leas
  • Minnis Bay
  • West Bay
  • St Mildreds
  • Botany Bay
  • Margate Main Sands
  • Stone Bay
  • Westbrook Bay
  • West Wittering Beach

Best beaches in south west England

  • Blackpool Sands
  • Poole, Sandbanks Peninsular
  • Poole, Shore Road
  • Poole, Canford Cliffs
  • Poole, Branksome Chine
  • Alum Chne
  • Bournemouth Manor Steps
  • Durley Chine
  • Fisherman’s Walk
  • Southbourne
  • Carbis Bay
  • Gyllyngvase
  • Porthmeor
  • Great Western
  • Porthtowan
  • Trevone Bay
  • Widemouth Bay
  • Sandy Bay
  • Exmouth
  • Challaborough Bay
  • Croyde Bay
  • Swanage Central
  • Dawlish Warren
  • Teignmouth Town
  • Breakwater Beach
  • Broadsands
  • Meadfoot Beach
  • Oddicombe Beach
  • Preston Sands
  • Torre Abbey Sands
  • Westward Ho!
  • Weymouth Central

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