Berrow, Somerset Coast

Berrow is a 6 mile stretch of sandy beach and mudflats between Burnham-on-Sea and Brean on the Somerset coast, backed by dunes; it’s not your commercial touristy kind of beach – it tends to be quiet and tranquil and sometimes you can walk for miles without seeing anyone else.

People come to Berrow for water sports, angling and dog walking, but not for bathing as the mudflats can be dangerous at low tide and signs warn of sinking sands. The wreck of a ship that came aground here in 1897 is visible when the tide is out.

From Berrow you can see the islands of Steep Holm and Flat Holm sitting in the Bristol Channel, but most spectacular are the sunsets.

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