Welcome to Coastal Connect, one of the premier seaside holiday resources on the web. We offer a guide to more than 90 seaside towns
on the English coast. Our pages detail the top visitor attractions and activities in each destination, In addition, we review most of the leading self catering holiday companies and provide information about the number of coastal cottages they provide in each region.
North England -
This is region that possesses a proud and eventful maritime history. It's coast is populated by a varied collection of both quiet and bustling seaside resorts including Blackpool
. There are also quieter alternatives such as Lytham St Annes
and the charming fishing village of Hornsea.
East England -
Its low-lying flat lands and crumbling coast offer an idyllic, windswept retreat. Like North England, the Eastern coast features traditional seaside holiday towns such as Cleethorpes
. However, the quiet Victorian towns of Brancaster
offer a more tranquil holiday break.
South East England -
A distinctive coastline and a number of major coastal resorts, all within close proximity to London. Bognor Regis
all offer the fun of the seaside with jingling arcades and the usual seaside amusements. The Georgian and Victorian splendor of Brighton
are also not to be missed.
South West England -
With the longest coastline in the UK and a World Heritage coast, the South West is one of Britain's most popular coastal holiday destinations. Its dramatic shores are peppered with unspoilt fishing villages like Fowey
. There are also some fine English Riviera towns like Torquay