Thursday, 24 September 2015

Greater Yarmouth Beaches

Relax and enjoy the soft, clean, sandy beaches all year round. The Greater Yarmouth coastline stretches along 15 miles of beautiful sandy beach, past sand dunes and seaside amusements, taking in donkey rides and bouncy castles from Winterton-on-sea in the north to Hopton-on-Sea in the South.

The wide, clean, sandy beaches are some of the most beautiful stretches of beach in East Anglia, with miles of soft sand even at high tide.  These beaches are perfect for lazing the days away in summer, and just as ideal for walking at any time of the year with all the family in tow.

The key focal points on Great Yarmouth seafront separating miles of sandy beach are the two piers. At the northern end the Britannia Pier stands proudly above the beach, while donkey rides take place below. The Wellington Pier is located further down Marine Parade towards the southern end of the strip and trips to see the seals at Scroby Sands leave from the shoreline between the two piers. 

The Wellington Pier, Great Yarmouth was originally built in 1853 and has recently undergone major restoration. Wellington Pier has one of the most modern ten pin bowling and entertainment centres in the region.  The Britannia pier has Arcades, childrens rides, restaurants and fun fair. Two late night bars with family rooms and large theatre mean there is plenty to keep all ages happy.

If this sounds like the place you would like to visit on a holiday, then we have just the competition for you, a 7 night holiday for up to 8 people in 2016, staying at Haven Seashore, Great Yarmouth with numerous attraction passes included to keep everyone amused and entertained.  I have already entered myself, it would take care of next years holiday if we win and save a fortune in the process.

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