Walton-on-the-Naze Beach

Place Category: Beaches

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  • Walton-on-the-Naze beach is a traditional large sandy beach with wooden groynes splitting it into sections. The beach sits either side of the second longest pier in Britain, with nearby Southend being the longest.

    This still has some of the charms of the original Victorian seaside town.

    The beach is also known as Albion Beach.

    Facilities include parking, pier and amusements, slipway, promenade, kiosks, shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs nearby, beach huts, seasonal lifeguards and RNLI Shop.

    Walton-on-the-Naze Beach has dog restrictions. The managed left hand side (as you look out to sea) of the pier has a dog ban between 1st May and 30th September. The right side of the pier allows dogs all year round.

  • Tide Times & Heights for Walton-on-the-Naze on 25th February 2017

    04:52 - Low Tide (0.55m)
    10:59 - High Tide (3.96m)
    17:04 - Low Tide (0.72m)
    23:20 - High Tide (4.05m)

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