Brancaster & Covehithe named as part of 20 of the most beautiful hidden UK beaches
Our UK Coast is a plethora of untouched wilderness and beauty stretching for thousands of miles. There is a new world of untouched dunes, sand and secret caves to explore. A North Norfolk and Suffolk beach has been named as part of 20 of the most beautiful hidden UK beaches and its easy to see why. Lets take a look at why Brancaster & Covehithe should be on your ‘to do list’ of beaches to visit when in East Anglia for your next staycation or visit to your Tingdene holiday home on the coast.
Brancaster, North Norfolk
Brancaster beach is yet another of Norfolk’s glorious beaches, with miles and miles of unspoilt golden sand, as far as the eye can see, and also has the added advantage of housing the remains of an old shipwreck, seen when the tide is out. Brancaster beach with it's wide expanse of golden sands is perfect for Summer sandcastles or Winter wanders, even on the busiest of days there is room to find your own space and get lost in it’s tranquil calm. Kite surfing is a popular pastime here, maybe something new worth trying?
Covehithe is a hamlet and civil parish in the Waveney district of the English county of Suffolk. It lies on the North Sea coast around 4 miles north of Southwold and 7 miles south of Lowestoft. Neighbouring settlements include Benacre, South Cove and Frostenden. St Andrew's Church is a partly redundant Anglican church in the hamlet of Covehithe in the English county of Suffolk. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building, Part of the church is in ruins and this is under the care of the Churches Conservation Trust - its a perfect spot to take you camera or Instagram snap!