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Seascale Beach, Seascale

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Beach · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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Boasting clean sand and shingle, Seascale Beach allows plenty of space for walking, swimming, picnicking, beach combing, and other seaside activities. Located near the attractive village of the same name that retains its old Victorian charm, the beach makes a good starting point for inland walks. A restored wooden jetty remains quite popular with sea anglers and water sports enthusiasts. On clear day, the views over the Irish Sea extend as far as the hills of Galloway and the Isle of Man. Nearby attractions include two stone circles that bear evidence of Norse and Roman settlements. Plan your Seascale Beach visit and explore what else you can see and do in Seascale using our Seascale trip planner.
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  • Beach is great, village no longer Seascale has almost no amenities left. Most of the car park spaces have been leased to Sellafield by the parish Council. The shops now number an ice cream... 
    Beach is great, village no longer Seascale has almost no amenities left. Most of the car park spaces have been leased to Sellafield by the parish Council. The shops now number an ice cream...  more »
  • The beach is probably the highlight of this seaside village/town, nestled in the shadow of Sellafield nuclear plant. We had hoped to get views across to the Isle of Man, but the grey weather and poor....  more
    The beach is probably the highlight of this seaside village/town, nestled in the shadow of Sellafield nuclear plant. We had hoped to get views across to the Isle of Man, but the grey weather and poor....  more »
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  • Miles of sand and shingle, plenty of area's to sit and get your breath, clean and tidy and you even get to see a man walk up and down the beach prodding the sand to test for radistionšŸ¤£šŸ¤£ all my doubts about being anywhere near a nuclear power plant / storage facility have been dispelled, so come on give this place a look, proper little gem.
  • Nice and tidy area, parking is free (donations welcome) with plenty of parking spaces. Play area for the kids, public toilets (nothing special but clean). I went when tide was out which revealed the sandy beach ā›±. Beautiful place to sit and relax and watch the world go by.

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