With the UK basking in particularly high temperatures of late, what could be better than hopping onboard a coach and heading to the seaside?
This is why we have put together a list of the best beaches in Britain, as a quick reference so that you can organise a group trip for some sun, sand and sea.
So gather up your friends, family or anyone else up for a good time and pick a destination from the selection below. Then all you have to do is hire a coach.
Bamburgh Beach, Northumberland
For a spectacular horseshoe-shaped beach with stunning views and plenty of unspoilt beauty head to Bamburgh Beach in Northumberland.
This three-mile stretch of sand runs from Seahouses to Bamburgh itself where the dramatic castle acts as the perfect backdrop.
Out to sea you will be able to spot Lindisfarne, otherwise known as Holy Island and the Farne Islands, which are a popular nesting ground for a number of birds including puffins.
Talisker Bay, Isle of Skye
While it can be a long way to go by coach for some people, the Isle of Skye is full of fantastic scenery and a large selection of beaches - some sandy, others covered in coral.
Talisker Bay is one of the finest and this secluded patch of sand sees both black and golden grains alongside each other.
With impressive cliffs rising at each end, the natural contrasts make this an awe-inspiring place to visit when the tide is low.
Llandudno, North Wales
If you prefer your beaches bustling with a Victorian air of fun surrounding them then head to Llandudno for some old fashioned entertainment.
Stroll along the promenade hand in hand with your partner or scream to go faster at the rides on the pier. Alternatively get everyone in your group to build a sandcastle and then judge which is the best.
What Llandudno lacks in tranquillity it more than makes up for with amenities on tap and the jollity of yesteryear.