Britain’s best winter beaches for treasure hunts


From sandy windswept strands to pebble-strewn coves and mud-slicked bays, we have a fantastic range of beachcomber beaches along our nibbled coast. And winter is the perfect time for scavenging, with post-stormy days yielding plenty of washed-up wonders.

Everything natural on the beach tells a story – so this is a great way to entertain children on a winter weekend, helping them to uncover the secrets of these botanical playgrounds, and understand more about our island’s marine heritage.

Tangled rubbery strands of bladderwrack and green slimy sea lettuce drape rocks and pool-beds. Look out too, for tiny life forms – from worms, crabs and shrimp to small starfish lurking along the tide line. Or…

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