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The coastal counties of England, listed by their position around the coast of England.
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The Durham coast covers the area from below Sunderland to Hartlepool and has emerged from its heavy ... Read more about Durham
The Norfolk coast covers over 100 miles much of which designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural B ... Read more about Norfolk
Suffolk is a county of significant historical importance in the East of England. It was settled by t ... Read more about Suffolk
Essex is located in the East of England. It has a varied coastline starting in the Thames Estuary, r ... Read more about Essex
Kent is known as the 'Garden of England', but also boasts many miles of coastline stretching round f ... Read more about Kent
The Hampshire coast is known for it's historic maritime heritage, the port cities of Portsmouth and ... Read more about Hampshire
The Dorset coastline is known for it's UNESCO 'Jurassic Coast' designation. Natural coastal features ... Read more about Dorset
Devon is the only English county with two separate coastlines. Devon is characterised by beautiful a ... Read more about Devon
The coastline of Cornwall is amongst the most dramatic in the UK, with tall rock cliffs, bays and sa ... Read more about Cornwall
The Somerset coast offers traditional seaside resorts such as Minehead and Weston-super-Mare, pictur ... Read more about Somerset
The ceremonial county of Bristol comprises of the city of Bristol and it's surrounding area. Coastal ... Read more about Bristol
Merseyside coastal attractions include Albert Dock at Liverpool, the resort of Southport, the beach ... Read more about Merseyside
The Lancashire coast is known for the bustling resort of Blackpool, Morecambe Bay, and also the golf ... Read more about Lancashire
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