LONDON— A new guide to the world’s most popular beach destinations is launching on Wednesday, aiming to give beachgoers a better understanding of the best places to enjoy the ocean, lakes and mountains in the UK and beyond.
The new beach map, called “the beachy map,” will be unveiled by the British Association of Beach Consultants (BABC), the British Council, and other stakeholders during a presentation at a London conference on Thursday.
The map, based on data from a range of international and domestic sources, shows beaches and the best way to explore them, including beach breaks and local restaurants and shops.
The map also shows where to go for food and entertainment, with locations including a hotel, beach house, restaurant, club and resort in each borough.
The BABC said it hoped the map would encourage more people to go, and also help them find their own unique beach experiences.
The first version of the beach map was launched in 2013, and has been expanded to cover more than 60 countries, with some 1,000 different beach destinations in each.
A second version is planned for 2020.
The UK’s coast is dominated by the Channel Islands and the South West of England, with much of the country’s coastline between the Irish Sea and the North Sea.
The South West has some of the world´s best surf and snorkeling, while the Irish coastline has some particularly spectacular beaches, including the popular Ballymena and Derry beaches.
British Isles, however, are home to a number of other iconic beaches, like the Isle of Man, the Outer Hebrides, the Channel islands, the Isle Royale, and some smaller beaches.
The U.K. has its own distinctive beaches, with the Isle Of Wight, St. Helens, and North Cornwall beaches dominating the country´s coastline.
The United Kingdom has two beaches, which are known as the Inner Hebridean and Outer Hebbian, and the Outer Shetland Islands, with two beaches each.
In Scotland, the Scottish Highlands are home of the popular Dromore beach and the Aberdeenshire and Lochaber beaches.
In England, there are two beaches that are known collectively as the Outer Isle and Inner Isle.
Both of these beaches are the Isle and Outer Shets, and are often known as The Outer Heigh and The Outer Sheth.
In France, the Seine River and the Pyrenees are two of the most famous beaches in the country, and they are also famous for their popular beaches.
The beach at the southern end of the Sein, in Nice, is popular with French and tourists from around the world, and a large number of French and Britains go there to enjoy this unique place.
In the U.S., the Outer Cape and the Rio Grande beaches are also very popular with tourists from North America and Europe, and have been nicknamed the “Bay of the West” by many locals.
In Australia, the Gold Coast and the Northern Territory beaches are popular tourist attractions.
In France, Le Bourget, Chateauguay, and Châteaufort are popular beach spots for those looking to explore the country and enjoy the sun, while in the United Kingdom, the Chateaux de Paris are some of Australia´s most popular beaches, and many French and British tourists also go there for this unique spot.
In New Zealand, the country has one of the largest beaches in New Zealand and the Cook Strait, with many people going there for sun and surf.
The Outer Cape is the northernmost island of the Cook Sea and is popular for surfing and camping.
In Spain, the Canary Islands are popular for tourists from Spain, France, and Portugal, and there are also several beaches in Catalonia, which is a part of Spain.
The beaches in Barcelona are the most popular tourist destinations in Spain.