Great UK places to use your kayak
Are looking for fun or adventure on the water then check out our Sea Eagle 380 Explorer Kayaks … these are super tough, easy to inflate and best of all fits in the boot of a small car.
Below are some of the UK’s great locations we recommend to take your Sea Eagle Kayak:
Great Glen Canoe Trail, Scotland. This trail really is quite something, allowing you to paddle from coast to coast amongst one of the finest waterways Scotland has to offer. … we’ve also paddled on the west coast – Loch Melfort (seals everywhere) Iona (look out for the Puffins)
The River Wye, Wales. … This is classed as an outstanding area of natural beauty and perfect for a gentle paddle, or try out some minor rapids making it also perfect for an overnight stay in a one of the campsites located nearby
North Devon, England. … Lee Bay is a postcard village which sits in between Ilfracombe and Morethoe, Coombe Martin is also a quaint village with an easy access to the beach and nearby car parking.
Anglesey, North Wales. … Perfect for Pros or novice kayakers its sheltered and has amazing sea life- sea birds, seals porpoises and more …
Derwentwater, Lake District … Kayak through the Borrowdale Valley exploring the islands with a mountainous views all around.
Cornwall (my favourite) has a wealth of small coves and beaches throughout the county and some only accessibly by a kayak – Kynance Cove has crystal clear waters and down on the Lizard Peninsula seals pop up to say hello … Talland Bay near Looe is easy to launch and only a short paddle from the time stopped still Polperro.