Paddleboarding is one of the fastest-growing watersports in the world and there are so many locations in the UK that have been recommended, tried and tested by our customers.
Let's go through some hidden gems for that perfect paddle boarding experience, that will make it so worthwhile.
RIVER CAM - CAMBRIDGE
One of Cambridge's most popular tourist attractions, paddle through the river and explore the city in a unique way. You may bump into a punt or two as this river has become the main focal point of the city.
COLONSAY - WEST COAST OF SCOTLAND
The neighbouring island of Islay and Jura has stunning scenic views for you to explore. Explore the stunning white beaches and craggy coastlines of Colonsay from a different perspective and the best part is, sometimes the water is warm! This coastline is full of amazing adventures where you can spot the odd seal or two sunbathing on the rocks and experience the most memorable sunsets mirrored in the crystal clear water.
PORTHGWARRA BEACH - BEACH CORNWALL
There is only sand here when there is a low tide. Cornwall can easily be one of the most unforgettable locations you can go paddle boarding. Catch it on a perfect sunny day with calm water and you can spend hours here in peaceful tranquillity. Plenty of rockpools to explore and caves to discover, who knows you may find yourself in a tunnel that has never been explored before!
DURDLE DOOR- DORSET
This is possibly one of the most iconic locations in the UK. Situated on the Jurassic Coast with its historic arch, this is a great place to paddle board - going through the arch is a memorable experience on its own.
OLD HARRY ROCKS - ISLE OF PURBECK IN DORSET
The stretch of coast in South Dorset otherwise known as The Jurassic Coast does have a few of these amazing gems. Just be careful of the tourist attraction landmark in the middle of the water known as Old Harry. Take in the beauty of this stunning location, with the white rocks eclipsing the blue skies and paddleboard through the calm crystal clear waters.
GAIRLOCH BEACH - NORTH WEST HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND
If you want to avoid the crowds and bumping into other paddleboarders, this picturesque, isolated beach is also popular with walkers for its amazing footpaths. White sands, incredible wildlife and views out of this world, this has to be on your list to visit for paddleboarding in 2022. Who knows, you may spot the off dolphin pod and a whale or two as reports of sightings in this location have been made.