Stunning and Traditional
Whether it's seaside fun, picture perfect scenery or historic harbours and marinas, you will find something for you on Somerset’s coast.
Families looking for 'bucket and spade' fun should head to one of our hugely popular resorts at Weston, Burnham, Brean or Minehead to enjoy donkey rides, fish & chips, great attractions and more.
Away from the resorts, the Somerset and Exmoor coastline offers some of the most breathtaking in the country, just perfect for walks and picnics, kite flying and photo opportunities.
Alternatively, why not explore our pretty little harbours, villages and stylish marinas, such as Portishead, Watchet and Porlock Weir.
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Royal Parade, Weston-super-Mare
Weston-super-Mare is a great seaside resort with all the traditional seaside attractions, including our famous donkeys!
Minehead is where Exmoor meets the sea. Sitting on the very edge of the National Park, Minehead is ideal for lovers of the coast and the countryside. Minehead offers traditional seaside fun, with its promenade and long, sandy beach, and pebble beach near the harbour, which stretches for a mile and...
37 Old Church Road, Clevedon
A Victorian seaside town of unspoiled charm. An ideal place to explore all year, offering recreational amenities, beautiful gardens and places of historic interest to visit.
Enjoying glorious views across the Bristol Channel, the local coastal walks have inspired many great writers including...
A magnificent sweep of sand stretches 7 miles from the seaside resort of Burnham-on-Sea, north to the holiday villages of Berrow and Brean stoping at the National Trust headland of Brean Down.
The village of Brean runs alongside the beach, and Brean Down is one of the most dramatic landmarks of...
Blue Anchor Bay is a quiet coastal location with a long sandy beach offering peaceful relaxation. It is also an ideal location for sea anglers and walkers. The bay is surrounded by alabaster rocks and cliffs, which are of great geological interest. The West Somerset Railway stops here.
Burnham-on-Sea has all the charm of a traditional seaside resort with its own distinct character.