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Buttermere

Buttermere

Amazing still water location, with warm water in the summer time. The water is extremely clear and very deep towards the middle. 2.5km from one to the other

Bantham Beach

Bantham Beach

Small country lane to access beach car park but a huge car park on arrival. Steep slope down to sand but accessible to wheels!

Penzance bay

Penzance bay

Large bay on Penzance sea front. 1 mile from end to end. Public toilets and plenty of parking. Lots of cafes near by for after. Lots of local swimmers with good knowledge of the area around as well.

Dawlish

Dawlish

Nearby shops and eatery's as well as a lot of local tea rooms and a crazy golf course, the beach is mainly sand, some stones in small areas. The sea is shallow for quite some distance which is perfect for younger children.

Gorpley reservoir

Gorpley reservoir

Accessed via Gorpley wood off Bacup Road. Todmorden

Fort Bovisand

Fort Bovisand

Enclosed beach that is a gem for swimming.

Firestone bay

Firestone bay

Brief description

Loch Morlich, Highlands

Loch Morlich, Highlands

Loch Morlich is a freshwater loch in the Badenoch and Strathspey area of Highland, Scotland near Aviemore. The loch is home to a watersports centre with kayaking, sailing and windsurfing among the activities available. There is also a yacht club and cycling routes around the loch

Milarrochy Bay, Loch Lomond

Milarrochy Bay, Loch Lomond

The stunning stretch of water has a sandy bay giving great access to the water, and it is close to the town of Balmaha so you can warm up with a hot beverage from St Mocha Coffee Shop after your dip.

Loch Achilty

Loch Achilty

This glistening loch is thought to be a great one for first-timers and experienced swimmers alike. Wade into the refreshing water without the worry of clambering over slippery rocks. This is a very pretty place to be indeed, with picturesque picnic spots to enjoy in a swim

Eyemouth Beach

Eyemouth Beach

At low tide plenty of rockpools are exposed in which youngsters may enjoy hunting for crabs, starfish and other marine life. A marine reserve can be found off the coast, with a variety of sealife which attracts divers from around the world. Seals can often be spotted in the bay.

Porth Oer, Llyn Peninsula

Porth Oer, Llyn Peninsula

As it's part of a National Trust estate, there’s a car park and café on the hill above the beach. Swim out towards the Irish Sea and keep your eyes peeled for seals, puffins and porpoises. One of several swimming coves, the Llyn Peninsula is a great place for a multi-stop swim safari.