London news The best beaches near London for day trips have been named Uk news
MetiNews.Com - Why travel far when you've got these sensational shores on your doorstep?
Breaking News ! We could all do with a beach holiday. But for one reason or another, not all of us are able to get abroad right now. Luckily for us, London and the South East area has it's own micro climate anyway. And we also happen to be surrounded by some of the most amazing beaches in the country. For more news and features about London directly to your inbox sign up to our newsletter here. On Sunday (July 26), The Sunday Times revealed Britain's 50 best beaches for 2020. So, we thought we'd make your life easier, and narrow the list down to beaches you could travel to from London, even for just the day. Have a great trip whichever destination you choose, but make sure to stay safe! You can get a detailed localised forecast for where you live, or where you are planning on visiting, by entering the postcode into our handy widget below 1. Cuckmere Haven, East Sussex There's no doubt you'll be immediately wow-ed upon your arrival at Cuckmere Haven. The Seven Sisters cliffs rear above and the River Cuckmere alongside you as you walk through the Seven Sisters Country Park..
.and that's only the route to the beach. When you arrive at East Sussex's stunning shores, check out the coastguard cottages. Built in 1882 on the western cliffs - they are the definition of living life on the edge. Travel time: Drive in just over two hours, or catch the train to nearby Seaford in 1 hour 26 minutes (this involves a change at chichi Lewes - where you should definitely pick up some savoury pies from the Flint Owl Bakery). 2. Whitstable, Kent Many of you will have already visited this lovely little village, so you'll already know all about it's arty vibes and lively waterside buzz. Don't worry if you forget to pack the picnic because there's plenty of stalls to sample some local produce - from fried-egg sandwiches to pots of winkles. If you're actually wanting to get away from fellow Londoners, skip the sea-view pubs and head east along the coastal path, following the water’s lead. Here, you will find quieter, bunting-clad beach huts where you can simply relax. Travel time: Get the train from Victoria which takes 1 hour 20 minutes (slightly slower but cheaper than travelling from St Pancras)
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