Coasts with the most: top coastal shots from around Britain

Wednesday 22 May 2013
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Walking, relaxing, and of course, photography. Britain's coasts are a great place to do all sorts of things. We picked out a few of our favourite coastal shots from our Best of Great Britain group on flickr. Let us know what you think!

Pembrokeshire Coast Path © Visit Pembrokeshire on flickr Pembrokeshire Coast Path © Visit Pembrokeshire on flickr

 

  If you like gorgeous views, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in Wales is the place for you...

Coast by Dorset Scouser on flickr Jurassic Coast © Dorset Scouser on flickr

 

  One of Britian's best places for fossil hunting, Dorset's Jurassic Coast is a gorgeous, natural World Heritage Site...

Durdle Dor by Dorset Scouser on flickr Durdle Door, Dorset © Dorset Scouser on flickr

 

  Formed by wind and water over millions of years, Durdle Door on the Jurassic Coast is an impressive natural landmark...

Ladram Bay, Devon © PiotrHalka on flickr Ladram Bay, Devon © PiotrHalka on flickr

 

  Great surfing, and plenty of golden sandy beaches: coasts of Devon are among the most beautiful in Britain...

Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland © blightylad1 on flickr Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland © blightylad1 on flickr

 

  Look out over the coast of Northumberland from Bamburgh Castle, and imagine you've travelled back in time to the middle ages...

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