At 9 miles by 5 miles, Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands between England and France. An independent, English-speaking territory with a mix of British and French cultures, it's known for its beaches, walking trails along cliffs and inland valleys, as well as its defensive castles.
Situated at the head of the Vale of Conwy overlooking Conwy Bay, Llandudno has all the elements of a quntessential seaside resort. The wide promendae of Llandudno Bay is lined with miles of sandy beaches and the Victorian pier is the longest in Wales.
Tucked midway between Torquay and Brixham on the English Riviera, Paignton is known for its beautiful award-winning sandy beaches, first class attractions and pretty harbour. Mixing up the nostalgic with the modern, the resort is all about fun, with life centring on the seafront the iconic Victorian pier and the expanse of green parkland bordering the sea.