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How to enjoy the British seaside this Spring

How to enjoy the British seaside this Spring

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Whatever the weather, this is your perfect guide to getting the best out of your UK spring getaway.v Having a holiday this time of year is the best way to see the seasons change and feel those warmer
nights creeping in.

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And, enjoying a British spring break can be the ideal place for you to find a home away from home. With so many beautiful locations on offer, you’ll be sure to have the spring break you deserve! Keep reading to find out our tips on how best to enjoy the seaside this spring…

Packing is key

Firstly, the main thing you’ll need to keep in mind whilst organising yourself for your holiday, is to pack for all weathers! This can vary from sunglasses and factor 50 suncream, to bringing a woolly hat and gloves – you never know what you may need in the UK!

It’s always better to be overprepared than underprepared, so if you have this mindset, you’ll be set for any occasion British springtime has to offer!

Despite it not being summer weather just yet, you should always pack a swimming costume or trunks, as British weather can be surprisingly deceiving! If you bring the children, they might want to join in with the water-sports some beaches have to offer.

Also, be sure to remember your walking shoes – long strolls along the coast are a must for this time of year.

Your needs

If travelling with young children, there are some important things for you to consider on a beach holiday in the UK. For instance, if you’re interested in swimming and water sports, then lifeguard cover is a priority, while facilities such as nearby parking and places to eat, access ramps and toilets may also be important to you.

Before heading to a destination, make sure to research how accessible places are, or if they are suitable for children or elderly guests. Spending a few minutes doing this research can make a real difference to your visit.

Another thing to consider is whether places are dog friendly, so if you are planning on bringing your four-legged friend, you need to check if places are accommodating. Many venues, especially holiday destinations, welcome dogs to restaurants, beaches, pubs and parks, but it’s always best to double check.


As summer will be fast approaching, a lot of the activities and venues which are closed over the colder months, will be slowly opening. This is the perfect time to visit your favourite spots, without the summer-time crowds.

But do remember to book in advance where possible if you want to take part in any activities, or if you are booking them for the children. Events like tours and water-sports usually get booked up quite quickly, so it’s best to book before you go, or on your first day.

We hope this article has helped you to make the most out of your British seaside holiday and you now feel more prepared to relax and enjoy your spring break!

Disclosure: this a a guest post from Away Resorts.

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