You don’t have to travel far to discover some beautiful coastlines. The UK is home to some stunning coastal areas, and sea kayaking is an excellent way to explore the country’s amazing shores.

Whether you’re an experienced paddler or a beginner, the UK’s diverse range of sea kayaking destinations offers something for everyone. Sea kayaking also brings a different perspective to the UK’s shorelines, allowing you to view cliffs, banks, and beaches from the water’s edge.

At Cambridge Kayaks we have a wide variety of kayaks for sale which are suitable for sea kayaking. So why not plan a journey along the UK’s coastlines this summer and discover something new from the waves?

In this blog post, we’ll be running through our favourite coastal destinations which can be found right on our doorstep.


With over 870 miles of coastline, there are plenty of opportunities to explore the rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, and hidden coves of Wales.

Pembrokeshire and Anglesey are popular sea kayaking destinations, with both areas offering stunning scenery and a range of paddling conditions for all skill levels. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is home to some of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the UK, with towering cliffs, hidden bays, and sea caves waiting to be explored.

If you’re looking for something a little more challenging, Anglesey is a popular destination for experienced sea kayakers.


The rugged coastline, clear waters, and abundant wildlife make the Scottish Highlands an ideal place for sea kayaking. Paddlers can explore sea lochs, sheltered bays, and hidden coves while enjoying the breathtaking views of the mountains and sea.

Plus, if you’re a fan of wildlife spotting, there are also plenty of opportunities to spot dolphins, seals, and even whales. The Isle of Skye and the West Coast of Scotland are particularly popular sea kayaking destinations, with many tour operators offering guided trips.

If you’re looking for a more remote sea kayaking adventure, then the Scottish Islands should be on your list. The Outer Hebrides, Orkney, and Shetland Islands offer some of the most pristine and unspoiled sea kayaking experiences in the UK.

Paddlers can explore rugged coastlines, crystal-clear waters, and stunning wildlife, including whales, dolphins, and seals. The islands also offer a unique cultural experience, with ancient ruins, prehistoric sites, and traditional communities waiting to be explored.

South Coast

The south coast of England is also a popular sea kayaking destination, with the Jurassic Coast in Dorset being a particular highlight. This UNESCO World Heritage Site boasts some of the most stunning geological features in the world, with towering cliffs, arches, and sea stacks providing a dramatic backdrop to any sea kayaking trip. There are also plenty of sheltered bays and beaches along the coast, making it an excellent destination for beginners.

Whether you’re looking for a leisurely paddle or a more challenging adventure, sea kayaking in the UK is an excellent way to explore the country’s beautiful coastline. With a range of destinations and conditions to suit all skill levels, there’s no better way to experience the natural beauty and wildlife of the UK’s shores. So why not grab a paddle and hit the water for your own sea kayaking adventure?