Welcome to Weston Super Mare Beach
Weston Super Mare Beach ranks among the longest naturally occurring beaches in Britain. It hugs the south-west coast of England just outside of Bristol, and is notable for its large tidal range. Every summer, thousands of visitors flock to the beach to enjoy its soft, golden sands, and even in the winter it’s frequented by avid water sports enthusiasts.
One of the top ten largest cities in Britain, Bristol is well known for its impressive Clifton Suspension Bridge and concentration of works by the street artist Banksy. Alongside landmarks like the Bristol Old Vic, vibrant events like the Bristol Festival of Literature, unique cultural centres such as the Arnolfini and nightlife that can’t be beat, Bristol offers experiences that everyone can enjoy.
Stroll along Weston Super Mare’s Grand Pier
A staple of the seaside town for decades, Weston Super Mare’s Grand Pier is full of attractions for a fun family day out. Try your hand at quirky games like its giant Space Invaders, feel your adrenaline surge on high-octane rides like the Robocoaster, or race your family and friends on its 300-metre indoor go-kart track. With all this and a wide selection of places to eat and drink, the Grand Pier is always worth a visit when you’re in the area.
Planning a trip to Weston Super Mare Beach? Travelodge Weston Super Mare Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, and Travelodge Portishead Hotel can be reached in half an hour.