UK Coast Map

The one place to find out about all things on the coast. From beach to cliff, from headland to harbour, wherever you want to go, whatever you want to do. Coast Radar helps you find the right spot. 


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Latest Articles

  • Ask a Local about the Norfolk Coast!

    Ask a Local about the Norfolk Coast!

    When people think about the English seaside, they often picture the brash, noisy resorts that were popular in the ’60s. A seaside vacation can be that, but it could be so much more. The joy of the English coast is that there are so many types to choose from. There are seaside resorts where…

  • The UK Coast and Beaches

    The UK Coast and Beaches

    The UK coast provides such diversity in such a small area, and to cap it all off, none of us lives more than 75 miles from it. Once at the coast, you can travel just a few miles in any direction, and it feels like you have entered a different world. It is very…

  • Free UK shipping all weekend

    Free UK shipping all weekend

    Starting Friday, 29th March at 9 am this easter weekend and running through to midnight on Monday, every UK order gets FREE shipping. You don’t need a code, and you’ll find the option automatically enabled when you check out in the usual way. This is the perfect opportunity to start thinking about holidays or…

  • Walking and Cycling The Camel Trail in Cornwall

    Walking and Cycling The Camel Trail in Cornwall

    The Camel Trail is a popular scenic walking, horse and cycling route in Cornwall. It stretches approximately 18 miles (around 29 km) along a disused railway line. This multi-use trail follows the course of the River Camel and connects the towns of Padstow, Wadebridge, Bodmin, and Wenfordbridge.  The trail is mainly flat and traffic-free,…

  • Top 5 Scottish Beaches for Your Next Escape

    Top 5 Scottish Beaches for Your Next Escape

    Scotland’s coastline is remarkably long and indented, stretching over an estimated 10,000 miles (about 16,000 kilometres) when you include the mainland and the numerous islands. The complexity and diversity of Scotland’s coastline, from the sandy beaches of the Hebrides to the rocky cliffs of the northeast, have made it a point of interest for…

  • It’s Official – Spring is here

    It’s Official – Spring is here

    20th March, and Spring is here! With warmer weather and longer days, spring invites us to reconnect with the outdoors. Whether it’s a leisurely walk on the beach, a vigorous coast path hike through blooming spring flowers, or simply sitting outside to enjoy the fresh air, engaging with nature has profound benefits for our…