Wirral is the ideal place to enjoy beautiful countryside and coastal views. For those who want to enjoy the scenery and experience the fresh air, try this Great Outdoors day out.
Wirral Country Park traces the Dee Estuary coast, with stunning views across to the Welsh Hills. Ideal for walkers and cyclists the Wirral Way is a 12-mile former railway line that starts near to the visitor centre at Thurstaston, at Wirral Country Park. Enjoy the walk at your own pace, and make sure to take in the best of the views.
After an invigorating walk, take time to relax over lunch in a local gastropub, or a cafe or restaurant in nearby Heswall.
From lunch make the short trip to Ness Botanic Gardens, recent winner of the Large Visitor Attraction of the Year for Merseyside and Cheshire.
Set on the banks of the River Dee the gardens have breathtaking views across to North Wales, and are home to outstanding plant collections. From landscaped terraces, Rock Gardens, tranquil water gardens, spectacular Laburnum Arch, colourful Herbaceous Border, Potager, and National Sorbus collection to the new wildflower collection there is always something to see at Ness Botanic Gardens.