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Brean Beach, Bratton Camp and White horse

Updated: Jan 14




Three great things to do in Somerset


Brean Beach

The 7-mile stretch of sand and dunes that make up Brean beach lies just over two miles down the coast from Weston-super-Mare. It boasts one of the longest stretches of sand in Europe and at low tide a vast expanse of mud flats are exposed. It is however dangerous to walk too far out at low tide. Warning signs advise staying away from the mud flats on the beach.

Address: 235 Warren Road, Brean, Burnham-on-Sea TA8 2RR


Bratton Camp and White horse

An Iron Age hill fort dating back 2000 yrs. Today this extensive and beautiful chalkland supports a habitat for a diverse group of insects including the rare Adonis Blue Butterfly. The White Horse is visible from afar and a famous local landscape.

Address: Port Way, Bratton, Westbury, BA13 4TA | Phone: 0370 3331181


Cley Hill

On the edge of the Longleat Estate and owned by the National Trust is Cley Hill, a distinctive landmark, rich in wildlife and archaeology with a tremendous panorama. The Cley Hill Trail is a beautiful walk with fabulous views, wildlife and history. Taking in every possible terrain from steep chalk grassland, through woods, farmland and picturesque villages.

Address: Cley Hill, Corsley, Warminster, BA12 7QU | Phone: 01672 539920