Top 10 Merseyside Beaches
Here are The UK Beach Guides top 10 Merseyside beaches. Our rating is based on two factors, the first is the amount each page is viewed and the second is any reviews submitted. These counts get reset at the start of each month.
1. Formby Beach, SouthportFormby beach, large area of beach, sand dunes and pine woods. Stunning stretch of unspoiled coastline Long sandy beaches and attractive pine woods Spot one of the...
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2. Ainsdale Beach, SouthportAinsdale beach, a large soft sandy beach between Southport and Formby with nature reserve and sand dunes. This beach is so large you can always find space. Ideal for horse riding, Kitesurfi...
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3. Crosby Beach, LiverpoolCrosby beach is approximately 3 miles of beach and sand dunes and also includes Blundellsands. Sitting between Liverpool and Southport this beach is not good for swimming with strong tides and mud....
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4. Meols Beach, HoylakeMeols beach, sandy beach exposed at low tide, high tide there is a small strip of shingle....
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5. New Brighton (Wallasey) Beach, WallaseyNew Brighton beach (Wallasey) sand and popular with families....
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6. Moreton Beach, MoretonMoreton beach is a shingle beach at high tide but sand at mid to low tide. A popular beach next to Leasowe Common within the 4 mile long North Wirral Coastal Park....
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7. Southport Beach, SouthportSouthport beach, a long sandy beach with all the amusements of a popular family seaside resort....
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8. West Kirby Beach, West KirbyWest Kirby beach is a sandy beach with views across to the mouth of the Dee Estuary and also the Hilbre Island which can be reached on foot from the beach....
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Merseyside is a county in the North West of England on the banks of the Mersey Estuary. The city of Liverpool is in this area as is the Wirral.
The coastline here is full of attractions like the Albert Dock in Liverpool itself and the beach statues at the beach in Crosby. The biggest attractions here are the coastal nature reserves that spread a hundred miles down this coast.
The Sefton coast offers wetlands, the largest sand dunes in England, woodland and beach habitat and is home to red squirrels, wild fowl, sand lizards, Natterjack Toads and great crested Newts. Formby beach stretches for miles with Pine woods at the back and great places to picnic. If you're tired of nature then Liverpool resonates with history from being a gateway to the world, a destination for theatre goers, museum hunters and party animals as well as providing a broad selection of attractions that thrill the whole family.
There are vast art galleries, fascinating museums like the one at Albert Dock that houses 'the Beatles story' taking you through the times, music and lives of the lads from Liverpool.
The Wirral Peninsula is ideal if you want peace and quiet. It juts out between the Mersey and Dee rivers giving great views of Liverpool and the Welsh Hills. With 25 miles of coastline, the Wirral offers wonderful walks with varied bird and animal life and some gorgeous cosy places to stay!
Attractions in the area include:
- Albert Dock The Beatles Story
- Liverpool Cathedral
- International Slavery Museum
- The Tate
- Knowsley Safari Park
- Langtree Park
- St Helen's World of Glass
- Aintree Racecourse
- Bidstone Windmill
- Birkenhead Priory
- Hilbre Island
- Leasowe Lighthouse
- Wirral Country Park