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    Are there any with blue water?

    I'm visiting Felixstowe at the moment and I'm a bit disappointed by the brown water.
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    Cornwall.

    Been there 3-4 times (At Ives and Penzance) and all the beachers there are lovely. You won't be disappointed.

    You can also go body boarding or surfing if you want, it's really fun once you get the hang of it!
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    I have heard good things about West Sands in St Andrews and St Ninian's Aisle in Shetlands
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    Brighton is alright
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    blackpool. super friendly area with quiet exotic beaches and a clear blue sea

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    I would have said Camber Sands but a few people have drowned there recently
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    UK...beaches?

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    Not too far from London
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    The gower peninsula (Wales)

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    Orrrrrrr Pembrokeshire

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    Southall.
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    (Original post by Fruli)
    Are there any with blue water?

    I'm visiting Felixstowe at the moment and I'm a bit disappointed by the brown water.
    You need to go when the sky is blue. Cornish beaches are the best.





    http://www.cornwall-online.co.uk/1-b...ll/welcome.htm
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    (Original post by Emerald7770)
    Southall.
    Southall is beautiful
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    The beaches in The Shetlanfs are beautiful, clean and deserted.
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    West Wittering in Sussex is lovely
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    (Original post by qasim_96)
    Southall is beautiful
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    You didn't even need to put in a spoiler, I already knew that was a joke!
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    Nairn beach in Scotland is absolutely stunning and there is hardly anyone there, so it's really peaceful too.
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    West Wittering in Sussex is lovely
    This guy knows :yep:
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    The Hebrides. But don't tell anyone.
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    (Original post by applesforme)
    I would have said Camber Sands but a few people have drowned there recently
    I feel sorry for the families of those people that drowned, but my question is, could they swim?

    Did they obey the rules that were in place before they ventured into the water?
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    (Original post by uberteknik)
    You need to go when the sky is blue. Cornish beaches are the best.





    http://www.cornwall-online.co.uk/1-b...ll/welcome.htm
    Wow, that's nice. Very clean water too.
 
 
 
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