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Clare Gogerty is the editor of Coast (uk); Hugo Tagholm is director of Surfers Against Sewage (uk), which works to protect UK surfers and beaches; James Berresford is the chief executive of Visit England (visitengland.com); Rachel Wyatt is pollution officer of the Marine Conservation Society (mcsuk.org); Jonathan Knight is the co-founder of UK travel guide website Cool Places (uk)Gwithian, Cornwall"Three miles of sand, from St Ives to Godrevy Lighthouse, means heaps of room for everyone," says Clare Gogerty.
"Surfers, dog walkers and Frisbee players make the most of the space.
"Its three miles of soft, golden sand are clean, dog-friendly, well patrolled by lifeguards and easily accessible."Marsden, Tyneside Once the haunt of smugglers, this cove offers something for everyone.
"Take a ride at its thrill-seeker amusement park, meander along the cliff paths (with a view of the famous sea stack), and call in at the restaurant in the cave," suggests Rachel.
"This was the first beach to introduce the family-friendly Kidzone – a safety scheme using colour-coded wristbands and matching beach zones," adds James Berresford.
Benone Strand, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland One of the biggest sand dune systems in the UK, from Magilligan Point to Downhill, backs seven miles of "pure beauty" according to Rachel.
Woolacombe, Devon"A true bucket-and-spade beach, Woolacombe won Coast magazine's award for Best Beach in 2012," says Clare.As the tide goes out, head to The Jam Pot café for a cream tea."Barmouth, Wales Between the mountains of Snowdonia and the sea, these sands are perfect for sunbathing, with shops, pubs and restaurants close by amid the pretty slate-roofed town, plus a funfair in the summer.L'Erée, Guernsey A sandy beach with sheltered bathing, rock pools to explore, and cafés and public facilities close to hand. "The large bay offers panoramic views from the southern tip of Guernsey towards the Hanois lighthouse and the Atlantic beyond."Skegness, Lincolnshire"This resort is stuffed with the traditional seaside-town entertainments that you'd expect from 'the Blackpool of the East'," says Rachel."Refreshments, loos and parking is close by," she adds.
Gyllingvase, Falmouth, Cornwall"Crystal turquoise waters lap at the beach, on a hot summer's day it feels like the Med," says Hugo Tagholm.
"I often go rock-pooling here with my wife and son for crabs, gobies, and sea anemones."Bournemouth Beach, Dorset Seven miles of sands, with attractions including an oceanarium.