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Campers, forget facilities – this site is within surfboard dragging distance of the waves and it is all about the beach, the sea and, well, the swell!

Campers, forget facilities – this site is within surfboard dragging distance of the waves and it is all about the beach, the sea and, well, the swell!

Low Wray Campsite (National Trust) Near Ambleside, Cumbrian [2 hours up the M6 from Sandbach, Cheshire]

Low Wray Campsite (National Trust) Near Ambleside, Cumbrian [2 hours up the M6 from Sandbach, Cheshire]

This is Petts Level Beach in East Sussex, England. It is unique in the fact that at low tide you can see the remains of a 6,000 year old forest, also you can find fossils and see Dinosaur footprints. By B Lowe

This is Petts Level Beach in East Sussex, England. It is unique in the fact that at low tide you can see the remains of a 6,000 year old forest, also you can find fossils and see Dinosaur footprints. By B Lowe

On a wild peninsula in Wester Ross, Scottish Highlands lies the tiny village of Applecross.  It gives you the impression that you are at the "edge of the world" probably because of its inaccessibility.    The road to Applecross is one of the highest in Britain, reaching 2,053 feet, and heads into the clouds on Alpine hairpin bends.

On a wild peninsula in Wester Ross, Scottish Highlands lies the tiny village of Applecross. It gives you the impression that you are at the "edge of the world" probably because of its inaccessibility. The road to Applecross is one of the highest in Britain, reaching 2,053 feet, and heads into the clouds on Alpine hairpin bends.

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