Blog & Local Stories
For holiday inspiration, the best things to see on the coast and an insight into life on England’s Coast, click on the local stories and blogs below.
From stately homes to Victorian steam trains, fishing villages to beautiful walled gardens, the North York Moors National Park is filled with unbeatable things to do and delicious local food
The Essex Coast consists of 350 miles of amazing beaches, unique towns, and rich heritage. If you’re looking for a seaside staycation, read on for what the Essex Coast has to offer.
The new West Sussex King Charles III England Coast Path (KCIIIECP) is an accessible walk, stretching from Shoreham by Sea’s River Adur (Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and RSPB nature reserve, to East Head Beach at the estuary of Chichester Harbour National Landscape (formerly AONB)
Across the English coastline, there’s a raft of exciting new experiences and activities happening in 2024, from a glittering entertainment museum in Blackpool to the launch of an electronic music festival in Plymouth.
As an island nation, our love for the seaside has never been in dispute, we’ve been visiting it for the past three hundred years!
This year it's time to really explore, embrace and enjoy England's Coast, here is our events calendar that's updated year-round by all of England's destinations
The mesmerising light, shifting water and rugged landscapes have drawn creatives to the coast for centuries. Packed with galleries and theatres, there’s plenty of new art and installations that wow.
From a Dark Skies Festival to local food and drink markets, there’s always something happening on the Moors!