The Naze Beach Walton on the Naze
  • The Naze Beach Walton on the Naze
  • The Naze Beach Walton on the Naze
  • The Naze Beach Walton on the Naze
  • The Naze Beach Walton on the Naze

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The Naze is located just north of Walton-on-the-Naze, in north east Essex.  The beautiful Naze cliffs and national nature reserve provide the perfect opportunity for walking and bird watching. Gaze across Hamford Water and watch yachts enter and leave Titchmarsh Marina while in the background large vessels sail to and from the Port of Harwich.

Access is by mainline railway connection from London and Ipswich.  There are bus services from Frinton on Sea and Clacton on Sea.  Access via road from the south from London and Colchester via the A12, A120, A133 and B1034 – CO14 8LJ.

 

Beach Facilities

Sandy and rocky with cliffs and SSSI designation and some restricted access

Cafe/restaurant/pub

Toilets

Bus stop at beach

Car Parking – pay car park

Be Aware

Some beaches cut off at high tide

Mud flats

Submerged rocks

Facilities

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The Naze,Walton on the Naze

Type:Beach

Hall Lane, WALTON ON THE NAZE, Essex, CO148HW
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