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Wild Swimming Coast (book)


Following the huge success of last summer's best-selling Wild Swimming (a guide to the very best inland dips), Punk Publishing is launching its brand new companion guide - Wild Swimming: Coast. With this salty 'sea-quel' you can discover and enjoy over 300 magical swims, adventures and days out at some of the least discovered parts of our stunning coast. From the dolphin-inhabited waters off the Cornish coast, to desert islands in Norfolk, award-winning author Daniel Start leads us away from the crowded, commercial beaches to the lesser-known magical inlets, secret smugglers' coves, majestic rock formations and deep blue lagoons. Illustrated with over 250 spectacular photos and five useful maps, this beautifully produced book is sure to inspire you to discover and enjoy all that's great about our British coast. [1]