It’s not over yet: 20 great late-summer escapes in the UK


Not ready to pack away the shorts and flip-flops? With more warm weather forecast, we pick fun day trips and minibreaks for the final weeks of this memorable summer

Summer and autumn
The idyllic traditional seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea has a long beach, colourful huts, crab fishing in the harbour and, opening early September, Wells Maltings a cultural hub and gallery in a tall brick and flint building. One of its first shows, Connection: Open 2018, will feature artists connected to East Anglia. The Albatross, an 1899 sailing boat moored at the quay, is now a floating boozer, with food and B&B rooms. The Blue Skies campsite (pitch £14 plus £4 per adult) is a couple of fields from the coast path, and the Coasthopper bus stops outside.

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