Anderby Creek’s picturesque beach has been named as one of the best undiscovered beaches in the UK.
Scouring the length and breadth of Great Britain to find ten, ‘wonderful, undiscovered stretches of sand’, writer for the AOL Travel website, Roshina Jowaheer, said: “Tucked away between the small seaside towns of Chapel St Leonards and Sutton on Sea, Anderby Creek is unspoilt, quiet and beautiful. The gorgeous stretch of soft sand is backed by dunes and is perfect for sandcastle building, bathing or just strolling.”
“The beach is home to the UK’s first purpose-built cloud viewing platform, with cloud menus so you can identify different formations, use mirrors to reflect different parts of the sky and sit in special cloud-viewing seats to recline and enjoy the view”.
Anderby Creek can also be the perfect spot to watch the seals at nearby Donna Nook.
East Lindsey District Coun Adam Grist, said: “This announcement just goes to prove we really do have some unique gems along our coast which some people are not even aware of. Although not tourist hot spots, these smaller beaches retain unspoilt areas of beauty, well-used by local families, dog walkers, runners, cyclists and those generally in search of a quieter get-away.”
For the full list, visit: www.travel.aol.co.uk