Wirral Peninsula's 25 miles of coastline has much to offer any visitor, regardless of whether you are looking leisurely walks or watersports. A short break taking in Wirral's coast is ideal for anybody wanting to discover and explore England's Northwest, and for those who have been before there is plenty to re-discover and enjoy.
For those interested in exploring the coast - there are areas of great natural beauty, with unusual wildlife to observe - from the seals at Hilbre to the migratory birds along Wirral Country Park, any wildlife enthusiast is sure to be interested ans excited in these unusal combinations.For ramblers there are coastal parks at Eastham and along the west coast at Wirral Country Park.
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Wirral Peninsula is a great base for watersports. The Dee Estuary on the west coast of the Peninsula, has flat, sandy beaches and brisk breezes - great conditions for windsurfing and sailing.
There are also plenty of things to keep families and children occupied in our seaside towns.