An artist’s heaven, St Ives is a stunning spot on Cornwall’s north coast. Watch as this picture-perfect harbour fills and empties with water as the tide comes and goes, and as the fishing boats bring back their haul.
Watch the boats come and go in Falmouth’s lively harbour to get a real seaside experience. The sunrises and sunsets are something special and we recommend catching one if you can. Get a seaside fix whenever you need it.
Look over Lyme Regis and out across Lyme Bay from this webcam in The Pearl of Dorset. See the Cobb light up as the sun moves across the sky, and in the summer the town comes to life with festivals almost every weekend.
Whether you’re a surfer or a sunbather, the Isle of Wight’s Freshwater Bay has something for everyone. Get a little island fix at any time of day with this webcam. Perhaps you’ll even see the lifeboat launching!
Brixham is a South Devon gem, with winding streets and pastel fisherman’s cottages. Look out over the harbour towards the English Channel and admire the various vessels that make an appearance. Enjoy the view!
Penzance is a hive of activity, with boats of all sizes coming and going. While away some time admiring this view over Mount’s Bay and out to sea. Before long, you’ll be dreaming of a Cornish getaway in the sun.
Watch the tide roll in along the flat sands of Appley Beach at Ryde, and before long you’ll wish you were here. Maybe you’ll catch the sun as it rises over the Solent, or the last rays of a beautiful day on the Isle of Wight.
Mullion Cove is a pretty Cornish harbour with its own little beach and rocky outcrops. This view will have you yearning for a holiday in Cornwall, with sea birds wheeling overhead and the salty spray of waves crashing on the shore.
Pretty as a picture postcard, the village of Boscastle can be found on the coast of North Cornwall. Take a look at the stunning view and see the ebb and flow of the tide whilst watching the fishing boats come and go from the harbour.