5 Certificated Location campsites near beaches to visit this summer

This summer, soak up that fresh sea air with a visit to one of our coastal campsites. The UK has such a diverse coastline, from rolling sand dunes and pebbly coves all the way to dramatic cliffsides - you’ll never be short of somewhere new to discover. 

We’ve chosen a just few of our unique, member-exclusive Certificated Locations near great beaches that you can visit from just £8 per night.

 

Compton Bay, Isle of Wight


Photo taken by member Karla Walder

Compton Beach is one of the Isle of Wight’s best-kept secrets that has a two-mile stretch of contrasting golden and black sands, surrounded by the rolling sea. At low tide, you can book tours to see the infamous dinosaur footprints at Hanover Point, while fossil hunters can search the beach for souvenirs.

This Certificated Location is just one mile away from the beach, with a view of the sea from the campsite.

 

Cromer beach, Norfolk


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Popular for swimming and surfing, Cromer is a traditional Victorian seaside resort, with a wide sand and shingle beach. Located in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Cromer originated as a fishing community and is still famous for its crabs and lobsters.

 

Brighton beach, East Sussex


Photo taken by member Kenneth Wilson

If you’re looking for a vibrant and bustling beach stay, Brighton is the place for you. This sprawling pebble beach is home to the iconic Victorian pier and a myriad of quirky shops and restaurants to suit every palate. 

This Certification Location is just a few miles away in Shoreham-by-Sea, which provides a peaceful base to access Brighton’s vibrant culture.

 

Rhossili Bay, Wales


Photo taken by member this_is_the_vanlife

This next Certificated Location offers views over Rhossili Bay itself, being just a short walk away along the cliffside.

Often described as one of Wales’ best beaches, the stunning and wild Rhossili Bay is under the care of the National Trust. When the tide goes out, the remains of the Helvetia, which shipwrecked here in 1887, can be seen on the beach. Low tide also makes it possible for adventurous beachgoers to reach the tidal island of Worms Head via a rock causeway.

 

Porthcurno beach, Cornwall


Photo taken by member Sarah Broadbent

Porthcurno beach near Penzance is a stunning spot that joins up with two others beaches at low tide to create a long stretch of golden sand in Penzance.

Often described as a paradise, Porthcurno beach boasts soft white sand washed by a sea that turns turquoise in the sun plus high cliffs on both sides providing shelter.

 

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