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Secluded beaches in England the locals don't want you to know about

Locations such as Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove are often people's first thought when it comes to collecting some Vitamin D on a summer days, and it's no surprise why!


However, if you fancy escaping all those crowds and having the beaches all to yourself, you might want to head to some of these beaches listed below! Something the locals won't be too happy about!


If you're looking for a peaceful beach, then these 5 spots should definately be on your bucket list!


Image of Pedn Vounder in Cornwall


We have put together the below video, showcasing some of our beaches in England which usually never have anyone else on them; something which the locals can't stand!


It's worth noting that with increased publicity of these hidden gems, you may have to visit some of these beaches early in the day in order to get them all to yourself, especially during the school holidays etc.


You can find more information about each of these hidden gems further down the page.




Bedruthan Steps, England: Bedruthan Steps is definately up there with one of our favourite beaches in the UK, let alone England! PLEASE NOTE: Bedruthan Steps is not possible to access due to the eroding steps. However, this beauty can still be admired from afar.


Chapmans Pool, England: Worth Matravers and the surrounding area provide its visitors with a true taste of rural Purbeck and Chapman's Pool is no exception! As the beach is so secluded, it rarely gets busy during the height of summer (you may find around 10-20 people dotted along the shoreline if that!).


Benoath Cove, England: Benoath Cove is an amazing beach with multiple different caves which you can take a look at. Each cave is unique and exciting to explore. We recommend to check tide times when visiting at its best to arrive at low tide, and it's also quite tricky to get down too so keep this in mind before visiting.


Pedn Vounder, England: Tucked away at the far end of a craggy granite bay is this hidden gem beach; surrounded by crystal clear turquoise waters and near-white sandy shore. The name Pedn Vounder translates from the Cornish 'pedn', meaning head or end and 'vounder', meaning lane - so, 'end of lane', which could be used to describe most beaches!


Dead Man's Cove, England: This beach really is the official definition of a hidden gem. Dead Man's Cove can only reach the secret bay under the White Cliffs by tunnel and ladder, so we recommend taking extra precaution with this hidden gem.


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