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These five beaches *really* are in England

by Melissa Brobby

Category: The great outdoors
June 7 2017

Do not adjust your screen, these beaches really are all in England…

1) Porthcurno, Cornwall

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The sight of crystal blue waters crashing against ancient cliffs will make you feel like you’ve entered your own personal paradise.

2) Lulworth Cove, Dorset

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This sheltered, white pebble beach shaped like a horseshoe is a picture-perfect place for summer rambles and rock pooling.

3) Tresco, Isles of Scilly

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With its far-stretching white sands and sparkling blue sea, this subtropical gem makes a surprising exotic getaway off the coast of Cornwall.

4) Valley of the Rocks, Devon

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A visit to this picturesque valley will make you feel a world away from home as you drink in the jaw-dropping views and watch the sunset.

5) St Ives, Cornwall

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With its golden beaches, warming sunshine and mild climate; this tropical oasis is a great place to escape the rat race without hopping on a plane.

See them on a map

Melissa Brobby

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