A week of hot weather makes the prospect of a holiday in the UK even more impressive.
With so many popular holiday destinations on the amber and red lists for travel, people are starting to look closer to home this summer.
One destination – recently labeled the UK’s best beach – is becoming increasingly popular, and for good reason.
Runak Bay in North Yorkshire – described by TrapAdvisor reviewers as the “hidden essence” – has found it to be the fastest-growing location for viewers over the past year. LinksLive reports.
The destination is just two hours from Manchester and close to Oldham, Beverly and Rochdale.
And last year it was named the country’s best beach Sunday Times
Rinsok Bay not only offers sandy beaches but also beautiful village houses and a beach full of fossils.
Wrapping the rock between Whitby and Saltburn, a historic fishing village that was once known as a landing place for smugglers, its deserted bay provides a top-secret site.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding travel abroad due to individual restrictions by countries, it is not surprising that Britons are choosing to stay in the UK this summer.
Ransok offers a convenient car park near the beach, but you have to hurry because it fills up quickly on busy days.
There is more parking at the top of the hill but visitors have to be brave on a steep walk under the sea.
Once on the beach, the bay is safe from the wind and offers plenty of space to find a nice secluded spot. There is also a cafe and public toilet nearby.
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