The character of the coast changes completely around the mouth of the Parrett with the rocky cliffs and shingle giving way to sand flats that run all the way to the promontory that is Brean Down. Sand naturally attracts holiday makers especially those keen to wield a bucket and spade which is one of the reasons for the popularity of the resorts and parks here. The three Bs - Burnham, Berrow and Brean - are famed for their miles of sand, ideal for walking, running, riding, angling, kite-flying and picnickingThe stretch of sand between Burnham-on-Sea and Brean Down is the second longest in Europe and includes eight beaches. It is clearly a draw for beach lovers as the campsites and parks that serve it together make up one of the largest concentrations of caravans on the continent! The parks offer a huge range of rides, amusements and eating places.
Minehead Business Improvement District (BID) is celebrating everything we love about this charming Edwardian seaside town - great events, attractions, accommodation, places to eat and drink, plus a wonderful collection of national and independent shops
Weston Town Council operates the official destination website, Visit Weston and provides the Visitor Information Centre, Weston Museum, the Blakehay Theatre and the Water Adventure Play Park
A picturesque hamlet in Selworthy Parish, on the National Trust's Holnicote Estate. Distinctve cottages with decorative chimney stacks and bread ovens bulging from the facades, line the single street. There are good walks along the Coast Path to Hurlestone Point and Porlock Marsh and superb views from Bossington Hill.
Lying at the northern end of the Quantocks, Kilve is a picturesque village consisting of 3 settlements.