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You wake to the sound of birdsong and the odd sheep. Outside, you catch a glimpse of a green swathe of grass with glittering sea beyond. It's the sort of view you'd pay a fortune to bag if you were staying in a hotel - but it's yours for just a few pounds at one of Britain's coastal campsites. Many sites have direct access to the beach, perfect for a swim or surf before breakfast - and ideal for families with lots of beach clobber.

Then at the end of the day it's a clamber back up the path for a barbecue as you watch the sun slip over the horizon. Bryher Campsite enjoys lovely salty views of Hangman Island and Tresco, but its situation between two hills means it's relatively sheltered. During the summer Bryher can, in the right weather, feel like an other-worldly paradise, with a glorious sandy beach at Green Bay and a quieter cove at Rushy Bay for swimming.

Facilities include lavatories and basins, with coin-operated showers, hair dryers, washing machines and tumble dryers. If you're looking for a cosy pub, try Fraggle Rock bryher. Just three miles from Land's End, Treen is also a short walk or drive away from some of Cornwall's best beaches, including the isolated sands of Pedn Vounder. Sennen, with surf schools, is a minute drive away, and Whitesands Bay is one of the best places to surf.

The site sits in a field back from the cliff top, so it's not too exposed, even in inclement weather. The South West Coast Path is metres away and local attractions include Porthcurno Telegraph Museum for wet days, or the dramatic Minack Theatre, an open-air auditorium cut into the rocks. Facilities include showers, lavatories, laundry and washing-up area. No pre-bookings are taken, cash or cheque only. There are really lovely views of the beach, so it's not surprising that this is a popular spot for surfers who head to Porthmeor Beach for sand, surf and sunsets.

Facilities at the site are first-rate, with a children's play area and games room, a wet room for wetsuits, and plenty of hot water after a day in the sea. Hairdryers, showers and hot water are free. The views from this charming site in south-east Cornwall are wonderful - out across Looe Bay and to St George's Island nature sanctuary.

Also available are "camping snugs" - wooden huts for which "you bring everything except the tent". If the weather turns nasty, the Eden Project is about 10 miles away. The picturesque fishing village of Polperro, where you can buy fresh fish for your barbecue, is just down the road.

As well as immaculate facilities and generous pitches on manicured grass, this South Devon site also has spectacular views over Start Bay and a gently relaxed atmosphere. There is a huge shingle beach at Start Bay while Dartmouth is a few miles up the road, from where you can join a kayaking trip or take a boat ride up the river to Totnes.

The excellent facilities include lavatories, showers, washbasins, laundry and a children's playground. The village of Slapton is just down the road, with a nice pub the Queens Arms and a good food shop with local organic food and vegetables. By the side of the River Axe and an easy, flat walk from the shingle, cliff-backed beach at Seaton, this is an open, laid-back campsite with basic but clean facilities.

A second, slightly sloping field opens when it gets busy. The perfect day out consists of walking across the ochre clifftops to pretty Beer, where kids might enjoy taking a short mackerel-fishing trip out into the bay or a look around the caves.

There is occasionally live music in the beer garden. The latter has more space and sits directly on a track that leads through a couple of fields onto the South West Coast Path. The sloping beer garden at The Scott Arms thescottarms. It also serves reliable gastro fare and has a spicy Jerk chicken shack in the garden in the summer. Worth Matravers is the next village and home to the wonderful Square and Compass pub squareandcompasspub.

The high number of repeat visitors is testament to the charm of this woodland site on the Jurassic Coast, which has pitches, close to the sandy delights of the beaches at Studland Bay.

The proximity of excellent cycle paths means it is worth bringing children's bikes. Corfe Castle and Swanage are just six miles away. Facilities include showers, washing machines, baby-changing facilities and a small shop stocking camping and cooking equipment. No individual pitch bookings are taken except for the spring and August bank holidays, so turn up early. There's a good pop-up on-site café, Travels with my Aunt, open in school holidays and summer weekends and the shop sells some local produce, including Purbeck Ice Cream.

This charmingly basic site sits in acres of farmland used for sheep and breeding cattle, framed by Carnllidid and Penberi mountains. This area of coast is studded with wonderful sandy beaches, and the popular surfing beach, Whitesands Bay, is just a mile down the road. You can also take a boat to Ramsey Island for some seal and dolphin spotting, but if you want a break from the sea, you can walk to the exquisite tiny city of St David's, with its beautiful cathedral, in about 10 minutes.

The pretty basic facilities on site include shower blocks, free hot water and washing-up sinks. There are independent food shops aplenty in St David's, including a deli, butcher and a grocery store. A peninsula of sand dunes and grass on Snowdonia's coast makes up this magical spot, which has acres dedicated to camping, supposedly making it Europe's largest site. There are lots of great spots to choose from: There are even a few pitches level with the seashore, though all are close to the huge beach.

Facilities include a reception area with supermarket, restaurant, pub, shop, free hot showers and a laundry, as well as four miles of roads and tracks across the island. There are also three flats available to rent. No caravans or single-sex groups. Check the tide table on the website for causeway crossing times.

This site is perched on tall cliffs behind the sandy beach at Brighstone, and the flat camping field goes all the way to the edge.

In high winds the site is a little exposed, but the panoramic sea views and the easy scramble down to the beach, yards away, more than compensate. There are also basic lockable camping pods bring everything as you would for camping. There's a play area with trains, a hay-cart, and a rope-bridge to keep young children happy, and a small area for football and cricket, and you might spot the odd pig, rabbit or alpaca. There is also a small shop for basic provisions.

The beaches at Walberswick and Southwold are within easy striking distance of this acre woodland site, which also has direct access to the pebble beach at Dunwich Heath.

The nearby Minsmere RSPB bird reserve has hides and nature trails throughout the woodland, beach and dunes, and Southwold, with its pier, colourful bathing huts and slot machines, is fun for a day out. Wondering if any food truck would be interested in catering on site at a Rocket Launch Range, in Mahia, during a launch campaign? Feeding technicians during the day, three meals a day. Scope to head to the local beach in between days, to cater to locals, bach dwellers and tourists….

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