Located on the Somerset coastline, Brean remains a hidden gem with breathtaking cliffside trails and extensive beaches.
This quaint coastal town is tipped to become a staycation hotspot next year, with accommodation options for any budget.
Brean lies one of Europe’s largest sandy beaches — a seven-mile stretch of unspoilt beaches and dunes.
With the addition of new attractions, year-round entertainment, and family-friendly activities, the Somerset town appears poised to be a popular destination in 2024.
Brean, still a hidden gem, offers stunning headland walks and a range of accommodations catering to various budgets.
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Recently, the beachfront Warren Farm Holiday Centre earned recognition as the Holiday Centre of the Year at the AA Caravan and Camping Awards.
This family-operated site provides the option of renting luxury caravans, some equipped with hot tubs, and offers spacious touring pitches, including those with private bathrooms.
The area is also set to attract history lovers, as it features the remains of a Roman temple, while at the summit, a 19th-century fort stands as a testament to historical defence against potential Napoleonic invasions.
For conservation enthusiasts, Brean Down offers the opportunity to spot rare birds and plants.
The recent inauguration of the initial segment of the King Charles III England Coastal Path at Brean Down is expected to attract more walkers and nature lovers to this region.
Brean Sands, a beach known for being dog-friendly, allows parking directly on the beach and boasts compact, clean sand ideal for activities like drawing and castle building.
The beach features rock pools, shallow waters for paddling, and ample space for picnics, providing a perfect setting for traditional seaside fun and adventurous water sports.
Conditions at Brean Sands are well-suited for windsurfers, kite surfers, metal detectorists, and mudlarks.
The beach has gained recognition, appearing in TV shows such as the popular costume drama Sanditon and, more recently, serving as a filming location for the new mini-series The Killing Kind, starring Colin Morgan from Merlin.