Welcome to manonabeach, featuring filmed answers to the question What does the beach mean to you…? along with films that set the scene.  You can see the latest daily interview below, explore the maps on the right or click on the carousel figures above.  There are menus to explore at the top.

Featured daily interview:

Restronguet Passage Interview 1.mp4

 

Deborah, at Restronguet Passage in Cornwall, beach page here.

Here are some samples from the maps on the right:

Huisinis Interview 2

 

A developing appreciation of the beach, with Dave at Huisinis in North Harris, beach page here.

Little Perhaver Interview 4

 

The wonder of the beach, with Amy at Little Perhaver in Cornwall, beach page here.

Tarskavaig Bay Interview 1

 

The beach through time, with Donald at Tarskavaig Bay on the Isle of Skye, beach page here.

Cullykhan Interview 2

 

The complexity of the beach, at Cullykhan in Aberdeenshire with Gordon, beach page here.

Kinghorn Harbour Interview 1

 

The solace of the beach, with David at Kinghorn Harbour in Fife, beach page here.

Camusdarach 1

 

Camusdarach beach, in the Highlands of Scotland, beach page here.

Durdle Door 2

 

A warm day, at Durdle Door in Dorset, beach page here.

Barafundle Bay 2

 

Looking down on Barafundle Bay in Pembrokeshire, Wales, beach page here.

Claigan Coral Beach 2

 

Claigan Coral Beach, above Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, beach page here.

Towan Roseland 4

 

The beauty of Cornwall’s Roseland Peninsula in the morning, at Towan, beach page here.

2 thoughts on “

  1. Andy Halden

    Living in the Midlands is very frustrating for a sea lover like me but your site will keep me going between my visits. When little as a family we headed for Woolacombe – lovely . Now we’re a little older Cornwall’s the way. Coverack, St Ives, etc. etc . Love the site.

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  2. Emma

    Living in Cumbria means I’ve got the best of both worlds. The beauty of the expansive hills and the vast coastline. My new job is to safeguard the water quality of our beaches in Morecambe Bay. With it’s tidal bore, birds a plenty, it’s an amazing stretch of coastline.

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