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This is a small beach, one of few in the immediate locality, but is away from the deep wharf and commercial fishing. The major beaches are further down the estuary at Southend and Thorpe Bay.
Having said that, it is usually very pleasant, but can...More
Bell Wharf beach in lovely Leigh-on-sea proudly carries the no doubt self-awarded prize of best beach 2018. It is a tiny spot of beach in an admittedly scenic location at the wharf and the sailing club of Leigh-on-sea. Don’t walk too fast or you will...More
A lovely little beach at the end of the high street in Leigh-on-sea, but very busy on a hot, sunny day. Facilities are pretty good, but not enough to support the large crowds. The beach has a clean beach rating and looks lovely at high...More
We had great day today in this lovely town by the beach. This place was recommended to me and it his own atmosphere. Better than busy Southend. Nice little beach, toilets shame shower didn’t work, few meters walk to few pubs and cafe and museum....More
This is a nice old town. At the end theres a small beach. Do take sandles as it’s full of little stones. Being small it means toddlers can’t run to far. Check the tide times if you want the water to be there.
A beautiful, albeit a small piece of sandy beach, ideal for the children but adjacent to traditional fishing village Inn's, tea gardens, good restaurants and sea food to die for.
Boutique shops and art outlets and only 40 minutes from the city. Leigh station is...More
Bell wharf beach is old leigh on sea, its a very small beach and I would think being very hot and a bank holiday the beach and all the pubs and eateries in that small road would be extremely busy. There are a couple of very... More
Bell wharf beach is old leigh on sea, its a very small beach and I would think being very hot and a bank holiday the beach and all the pubs and eateries in that small road would be extremely busy. There are a couple of very small carparks and when we have been misweek they are almost full. I think you would be better going by train