Of the seaside resort towns that occupy the Somerset shoreline, Weston-super-Mare is the biggest, and one of the oldest. Steeped with Victorian history and dominated by a fabulous beach, the town is a gateway to all the attractions that Somerset offers.
Weston-super-Mare Beach is a typical idealistic family-friendly beach. It has everything you would expect from an archetypal English seaside resort – Donkey rides, amusements, ice cream parlours, fish and chip shops, Punch and Judy shows, and a vast amounts of golden sand.
At Weston’s Seaquarium you can find out all about marine life in one handy exhibition without even getting your feet wet, situated on it’s own unique pier on Weston-super-Mare seafront, the aquarium showcases a range of freshwater, marine and tropical species from around the world in 10 different zones.
Weston’s Grand Pier was originally used as a jetty for steamboats, today it’s a popular attraction for visitors, with an indoor theme park full of unique rides, a museum, restaurants, and cafes.
Places to eat in Weston-super-Mare offer a wide choice of independent restaurants and cafes that provide locally sourced, home made food and traditional Fish and Chips! There is also a wide variety of pubs, cafes, and beachside establishments, so you can sit back and plan your next outing.
Main Attractions: Beaches, Aquarium, Grand Pier, Food
Accommodation: Hotels, B&Bs, Self Catered Properties, Camping, Caravans
Food: Restaurants, Cafes, Takeaways, Ice-Cream Parlours
Accessible Via: M5 then A370