Take your slippers off, don your walking boots, get your cycling helmets on and grab your Penny Farthing to enjoy this historic coastline. Looking for relaxing strolls in the countryside with clifftop views of the Welsh hills and beach walks? This popular destination is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. Drawing visitors from far and wide, this beautiful conservation area provides something for everyone.
Grab yourself some fresh air in this great location with fabulous views to be savoured and explored. This unspoilt 12-mile stretch of coastline has plenty for visitors to discover. A magnet for children, cyclists, ramblers and horse-riders, this firm favourite is an ideal location to build a sandcastle, fly a kite and have some fun.
The first ever designated country park in Britain, the route hugs the coast, taking in wonderful views over the Dee Estuary to North Wales. The Wirral Way boasts many attractions and has become one of the Wirral’s finest beauty spots in an area of outstanding natural beauty. With open green areas and woodland for playing hide and seek, the beach, cliffs and ponds are packed with wildlife and rich in birdlife. Perfect for all kinds of leisure activities, you can even lose the mother-in-law in the Dungeon a short walk from the ponds at Thurstaston. Let your children off the leash and walk along the old, disused Victorian railway line to discover many features that survive to this day along the route
Attracting visitors year-round, start your day with a coffee at Flissy’s Coffee Shop at GJ’s, close to the beach. Alternatively, if you’re looking for a bite to eat, our friendly staff look forward to welcoming you