It might be October but with temperatures predicted to reach the high 20s this weekend, many Britons will be heading to the beach.
But where’s the UK’s best beach?
According to the expert team at Millets, a gorgeous beach in the north east of England is the best in the UK.
The team looked at Google reviews, water quality, sea temperatures, facilities and parking costs to determine which beach took the crown.
Its water isn’t the warmest, but Long Sands Beach in Tynemouth took the number one spot on the list.
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Best beaches in England and Wales
- Long Sands Beach, Tynemouth
- Weymouth Beach, Weymouth
- Canford Cliffs Beach, Poole
- Clacton Beach, Clacton-on-Sea
- WallaseyBeach, Wallasey
- Bournemouth Beach, Bournemouth
- Roker Beach, Sunderland
- Torre Abbey Beach, Torquay
- Lee on the Solent Beach, Gosport
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Long Sands Beach, a gorgeous beach with golden sands and parking for just £3 for four hours, took the crown.
‘Rcfm6810’ wrote on Tripadvisor: “Who needs the Caribbean or Aussie beaches, or any other beach in fact?
“It is as good as any beach anywhere in the sun, it’s clean, wide and quiet with lovely sand and dog friendly in areas.”
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‘Michael Elliott’ wrote: “What a beautiful beach Long Sands Beach is. This was our first visit to the beach and we were really impressed with the this beach.
“Very clean and plenty of room. Didn’t feel overcrowded at all despite it being a red hot day. We will definitely be back.”
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