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    All i know is Brighton but which are some good beaches to visit in England (preferably the South, accessible from london) that are not completely overrun by tourists, of a medium to large size and relatively clean and pleasant?

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    Worthing
    Bognor
    Lyme Regis
    Seaford

    Isle of Wight has a few?
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    Seatown beach in Dorset is clean and not too crowded. It's a pebbly beach though, so no sand castles haha! There are lots of fossils to be found as well if you like that sort of thing! Hive beach is also really nice, but might be a bit crowded on hot/nice days
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    Thanks guys which of these beaches are the largest/quite busy? dont want something thats completely quiet ahah

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    Worthing
    Bognor
    Lyme Regis
    Seaford

    Isle of Wight has a few?
    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    Seatown beach in Dorset is clean and not too crowded. It's a pebbly beach though, so no sand castles haha! There are lots of fossils to be found as well if you like that sort of thing! Hive beach is also really nice, but might be a bit crowded on hot/nice days
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    (Original post by abcde3237)
    Thanks guys which of these beaches are the largest/quite busy? dont want something thats completely quiet ahah
    Hive beach is the larger of the two I suggested
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    Hive beach is the larger of the two I suggested
    goodness, just looked on google maps and its a 3-4 hour drive :eek: I'd be travelling from london so it seems a bit far for a day trip, unless there are fast trains (train journey according to GM is 4 hours :/ )
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    (Original post by abcde3237)
    goodness, just looked on google maps and its a 3-4 hour drive :eek: I'd be travelling from london so it seems a bit far for a day trip, unless there are fast trains (train journey according to GM is 4 hours :/ )
    Well, you did just say 'the South' haha. I hope you find something closer!
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    Well, you did just say 'the South' haha. I hope you find something closer!
    ahah edited the op !
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    (Original post by abcde3237)
    ahah edited the op !
    Good plan
 
 
 
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