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Britain is dwelling to beautiful seashores and magical forests. One place, nonetheless, completely combines them each – and folks say they’re simply “blown away” by it.

Newborough Beach on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales is having a second on TikTok with one video on the fantastic stretch of shoreline being seen nearly 350,000 instances.

And those that have visited agree with Hannah – who shared the video from her account @postcardsbyhannah – who claimed: “I think I found the UK’s most beautiful beach”.

She added: “The best beach in the UK (in my opinion) is Newborough Beach on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales.”

Many agree along with her – together with on journey evaluate web site Tripadvisor.

One stated: “Beautiful forest and beach. The dunes were fascinating and so interesting to read about them on the information boards. So much space and tranquillity.

“And we saw a red squirrel, which we weren’t expecting as it was quite late in the day.”

Another stated: “This place blew us away. We parked in the car park before the beach and walked through the pine forest before reaching the idyllic beach. It is absolutely stunning.”

They added: “Wonderful, wonderful day.”

“Wow,” stated one other consumer. They added: “I had read about this before our visit to Anglesey and it didn’t disappoint. The parking was really good, very clean toilets if needed!

“But the views and walks were stunning. The tide was on its way out so we were able to cross over to Llanddwyn, we did paddle over and the water was very refreshing! Gorgeous views everywhere.”

The seashore hit the headlines earlier this yr when the stretch abruptly reworked from sand into stone.

It was modified past recognition by Storm Isha and Storm Jocelyn which swept the sand from the shore and right into a neighbouring automobile park.

NorthWalesDwell reported that guests to the realm had been suggested that in the event that they had been “looking for the sand, it’s in the car park”.

In a press release following the transformation, a spokesperson for Natural Resources Wales (NRW) stated: “We regularly monitor the accumulation of sand within the car park and remove it as it builds up.

“We cleared sand just before Christmas but unfortunately following the recent storms the sand has now accumulated again and we plan to remove this early next week.”