Britain’s best – and worst – seaside destinations for 2022 have been ranked in Which?’s annual survey, and it’s a tiny village in Northumberland that has taken the top spot once more.
The consumer champion asked thousands of holidaymakers to rate coastal resorts they have visited across a range of categories including quality of beaches, seafront, tourist attractions, food and drink, scenery, peace and quiet and value for money.
Bamburgh, with a population of a little over 400, tops the charts for the second year in a row with an overall destination score of 87 per cent, followed by second-place Llandudno, Wales, and Scotland’s St. Andrews in third place. Skegness and Bognor Regis, meanwhile, tie for last place.
Bamburgh, with a population of a little over 400, has been…
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