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The seaside has always enjoyed a special place in the affections of we Brits.
When I was a boy in South Wales, a day trip to Barry Island or Weston-super-Mare was as much fun as any of us had the right to expect.
It offers family-friendly attractions from sand pits to a bathing raft, a range of delicious food and a beach shop.
This picturesque four-mile stretch of golden sand is near the Poole Harbour starting point of the South West coastal path (incredibly it terminates 630 miles away in Minehead).
The seaside still has its piers and penny arcades but now there are also arts festivals and literary events.
If your inner Beach Boy is keen to discover what surfing is all about there is no better place to find out than this attractive beach.
The Mediterranean had no piers, funfairs nor fish and chip shops (and, let's be honest, its beaches are terrible) – but it did have endless sunshine, cheap hotels, bargain booze and the sense of sophistication conferred by the very act of taking a plane to a foreign place.
While the likes of Benidorm boomed, British resorts struggled to get by.
Not a deserted paradise, but you can't ask for much more so close to a major town.
Weston's star, which burnt so bright until the 1960s, has dimmed since (its low point came in 2008 when the Grand Pier burnt down).