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Brean Beach at Brean Farm Beach

Brean, Somerset

Brean is a seven mile stretch of sand running to Burnham-on-Sea. Also extensive tidal flats favoured by walker and beach sports enthusiasts. There is ample parking both on and off the beach and there are public conveniences and a café at the beach entrance.

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Brean beach is a long stretch of sandy beach, great for building sand castles.
One of my fravoite beaches to walkon especially in the evening when the sun is setting a fantastic view of the sun as it sets behind a puff of white clouds on a clear day.
Good parking on some of the beach and some areas were no cars are allowed.
Toilets good durning the school holidays and the Brean down pub is a great family pub,for children, with ample room for sitting outside with a small path leading from the road down to the beach. as you may tell Brean was one of my fravoite places to be at when i was a child,also as an adult.

deborah williams, 7 September 2012

Toilets never open

Susie ward, 22 March 2014

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