Doniford beach is a large sand, mud and rock beach with rock pools. Popular with fossil hunters.
Middle Hope beach is a small remote sandy beach to the East of Sand Point.
Burnham-on-Sea main beach is a sandy beach wich is good for families with good swimming and entertainment. Seperate area for boats and jet skis to launch. Take note that it is dangerous to approach the sea at low tide due to the mud.
Brean beach is part of a six mile length of beach great for families with sand dunes and firm sand, which is the second longest stretch of sand in Europe. At low tide a wide exposure of soft sand and mud is exposed leading to the water’s edge, although, this read more
Not hard to figure out why this beach is called Lighthouse beach. The beach is made famous by the lighthouse on wooden stilts and you can walk out to the lighthouse with care. This is the start of a six mile length of beach offering wide-open expanses of sand with read more
Blue Anchor beach is just under a mile long with a view of Minehead Bay. The beach is a mix of sand and shingle and is great for finding fossils. The stretch of coast between Blue Anchor and Lilstock is a 742.8 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). read more
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 read more
Brean Down beach is a superb stretch of beach with firm sand and views of Brean Down. At low tide a wide exposure of soft sand and mud is exposed leading to the water’s edge. Tide can rise fast near Brean Down and it is also dangerous to approach the read more
Portishead beach is located within the Severn Estuary and is a sand and rocky beach backed by some grass and salt marsh. Although we list this as Portishead beach after the town it is also known as Kilkenny Bay or Woodhill Bay. Adjacent to the beach is a 100 year read more
Kilve beach is in West Somerset, within the Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is on the West Somerset Coast Path. The beach itself is a sand/rock mix and sits below interesting rock formations. As the site is an SSSI, fossil hunting is not allowed on the cliffs read more
Marine Lake is a small cove at the approach to Knightstone Island, offering a safe location for families with small children. The good thing here is that as the main tide goes out the causeway keeps a small beach with access to the sea. You do not just have to stay read more
Sand Bay is a remote sand and shingle beach to the north of a Weston-super-Mare in North Somerset. The beach is backed by grass covered sand dunes and a road.