At the end of a tiny branch line, Walton-on-the-Naze – with its wide, wind-whipped beach, quaint narrow streets and acres of salt marsh and creeks – exudes a vibe of stillness and tranquillity.
The sand here is a child’s nirvana.
The north-east winds at high tide offer good surfing, but you’ll need your own board.
Built in the 1720s to warn sailors away from the offshore shoals, the Naze Tower offers a wonderful bird’s-eye view.
Sample the pie and mash at Whites .
Rest sun-kissed limbs
Elizabeth’s Guest House offers clean, simple rooms, and even has two beach huts for hire.
Great value train fares
Avoid the hassle of driving, parking and car park charges by taking the train. There are many Off-Peak fares which are really good value. What's more you can save as a group with Groupsave . A third off when you travel as a group or 3 or more.
Enjoy a lovely, family day out at Walton-on-the-Naze. Remember, the further in advance that you book, the more you can save. Book today!