New Brighton beach is a sandy beach and popular with families. Facilities include parking available nearby, toilets, pub.
Planning a trip to Merseyside and looking for the nearest beaches. Merseyside faces out onto the Irish Sea and stretches from the Ribble Estuary in the north, through Southport, Formby, Sefton, Liverpool and finishing on the west-side of the Mersey estuary on the Wirral. At Sefton you have 32 km of dunes, the largest open system of sand dunes in England and includes in the south Crosby beach which is the site of Antony Gormley art installation called Another Place.
Wallasey Beach is a sandy beach looking out over Liverpool Bay. The beach is part of the North Wirral Coastal Park that is a stretch of coast backed by sand Read more [...]
West Kirby beach is a sandy beach with views across to the mouth of the Dee Estuary and also the Hilbre Island which can be reached on foot from the Read more [...]
Ainsdale beach, a large soft sandy beach between Southport and Formby with nature reserve and sand dunes. This beach is so large you can always find space. Ideal for horse Read more [...]
Meols beach is a sandy beach exposed at low tide, and at high tide there is just a small strip of shingle. Facilities include parking, toilets and local shops.
Southport beach is a long sandy beach with all the amusements of a popular family seaside resort. If you enjoy walking then explore the paths and trails thorough the dunes. Read more [...]
Formby beach, large area of beach, sand dunes and pine woods. Stunning stretch of unspoiled coastline Long sandy beaches and attractive pine woods Spot one of the rare red squirrels Read more [...]
Moreton beach is a shingle beach at high tide but sand at mid to low tide. A popular beach next to Leasowe Common within the 4 mile long North Wirral Read more [...]
Crosby beach is approximately 3 miles of beach and sand dunes and also includes Blundellsands. Sitting between Liverpool and Southport this beach is not good for swimming with strong tides Read more [...]