Refresh @ Camden Beach

Summer is back again, and so is Camden Beach.

If you’re looking for a place to relax and keep cool in London this summer, why not try this groovy little man-made beach. With 150 tonnes of sand stretched across 900 sq metres, this is the spot for summer. You’ll have a swimming pool, a pop-up fish restaurant, beach huts, live music, games, cold drinks, and loads more.

Don’t miss the happy hours, all night on Monday and 5-7pm Tuesday to Friday. You’ll get two-for-one cocktails and rums from Tiki Bar and Rum Shack-a-lack. There are also plenty of beers and wines for those with discerning tastes.

If you’re looking for things to do in London this summer, which means you aren’t taking a Caribbean holiday, then Camden Beach is the place where it’s all happening.

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