Jaywick beach
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About

Jaywick is a small settlement, tucked in between Clacton-on-Sea and the marshes and dunes of Colne Point. Built in the 1930’s as a holiday village of chalets for London’s East Enders it now has a year round population of people, as well as many visitors in caravans, enjoying the golden beaches of Jaywick Sands. It’s a great place to be on a sunny summer day when people stroll along the miles of sea walls, sit on the dunes or swim by the seaweed covered, boulder breakwaters.

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Road Directions

Jaywick is accessible via the A133 and St. John's Road.

Public Transport Directions

Clacton train station has direct rail links to Colchester and London Liverpool Street.

Jaywick

Type:Town

Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, CO15 2EL

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