Meols Beach located at Meols, Wirral CH47 7AU, UK

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Meols Beach liverpool
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Pete Thomas

4 Google Rating

Good view from here out towards Liverpool, North Wales. Good place to watch birds and boats. Public

4/ 5

Good view from here out towards Liverpool, North Wales. Good place to watch birds and boats. Public toilet nearby

Caroline Atchley

4 Google Rating

I spent some time here watching the sea. There are miles of sand or promenades or coastal walks.

4/ 5

I spent some time here watching the sea. There are miles of sand or promenades or coastal walks.

Chris Noble

3 Google Rating

As long as you're not expecting sand on your beach, it's decent enough if you want somewhere quiet w

3/ 5

As long as you're not expecting sand on your beach, it's decent enough if you want somewhere quiet with no amenities but a pleasant view

Tom Blakemore

4 Google Rating

Nice place to take the dogs for a walk in the sun ☀

4/ 5

Nice place to take the dogs for a walk in the sun ☀

Angela Wong #BabySumoBee

3 Google Rating

Beautiful stunning views! I only get to see it when doing charity bike rides or 10k runs! But every

3/ 5

Beautiful stunning views! I only get to see it when doing charity bike rides or 10k runs! But every year it's always clean and the locals are so supportive and friendly. Many dog walkers and young families come here for a relaxing stroll and to catch a bit of sun!

Gill Wayne

3 Google Rating

Mostly mudflats and fine wet sand at low tide when I went. More sand and less mud further along the

3/ 5

Mostly mudflats and fine wet sand at low tide when I went. More sand and less mud further along the beach towards the Wirral though. I recommend to wear wellies as you can sink into the sand/ mud in places. The best things are the views across the beach of all the little boats and the different birds. I think sunrise and sunset would be spectacular. The beach runs parallel to the Wirral Country Park footpath which is a much easier path to walk on and still see all the views. You can park along the beach parade for free as far as I could make out. Otherwise there is a well signposted car park a bit further along.

Mike W

4 Google Rating

Nice views. Peaceful.

4/ 5

Nice views. Peaceful.

John Mulligan

5 Google Rating

Great visit, walked for hours

5/ 5

Great visit, walked for hours

John Hannigan

5 Google Rating

Lovely views

5/ 5

Lovely views

Tony Behan

5 Google Rating

The Wirral coast has some great spots and not overcrowded.

5/ 5

The Wirral coast has some great spots and not overcrowded.

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