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Berrow Beach, Burnham on Sea

Burnham on Sea, Somerset, England, UK


Berrow beach is part of a six mile length of beach with sand dunes and firm sand, which is the second longest stretch of sand in Europe. Features include secluded sand dunes, a Ship Wreck, and marshland that attracts various seabirds.

At low tide a wide exposure of soft sand and mud is exposed leading to the water's edge, but note that it is very dangerous to approach the water at low tide.

Horse riding is also allowed on this beach.

Facilities

  • Car park at Brean
  • warden patrolled in the summer
Dogs Allowed  Dog friendly beach

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Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Burnham-On-Sea on 11th December 2016

03:57 - High Tide (9.64m)
10:49 - Low Tide (1.24m)
16:27 - High Tide (10.15m)
23:19 - Low Tide (0.70m)


Photos nearby Berrow beach


Water Quality at Berrow


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