Weston-Super-Mare is a seaside resort, located on the Bristol Channel coast at the gateway to the South West of England .
Weston-super-Mare beach is one of the longest and naturally occurring beaches in the UK.
It is a long, sandy beach that has a large tidal range.
Tens of thousands of tourists flock to Weston each month to enjoy the golden sands, and in the winter, the beach is still popular with walkers and those who wish to brave outdoor water sports and kite surfing, which is a very popular activity carried out at the Uphill Sands end of the beach.
SeaQuarium Weston is situated on it's own unique pier on Weston-super-Mare seafront. The aquarium showcases a range of freshwater, marine and tropical species from around the world in 10 different zones. There are over 30 exhibits including a Tropical Reef Zone with Puffer Fish, Rainforest River Zone with Piranha and Underwater Ocean Tunnel with sharks.
Jill Dando was born in Weston-super-mare North Somerset and educated locally, she went on to work for the BBC for fourteen years as a television presenter, she worked on many programmes such as Breakfast News, BBC One o’clock News, Six o’clock News, the travel programme Holiday, Crimewatch and occasionally Songs Of Praise. She was amonst the highest profile BBC on screen staff and she had also been personality of the year.
Explore one of Britain's most spectacular natural landmarks. From its awe-inspiring cliffs to its extraordinary subterranean stalactite show caves. Cheddar Gorge & Caves holds many fascinating secrets about our prehistoric ancestors, and is an international centre for caving and rock climbing.
So what are you waiting for? Nature, wildlife, history, adventure - experience the wonder of it all on a perfect day out in Somerset.
Somerset, in the South of England, is a land of mysteries. Here at Wookey Hole, where a river flows out of the underworld, pagan and Christian legends intermingle. Explore Wookey Hole Caves here.
Glastonbury Tor has been a site of religious significance for over 1000 years - discover the site's amazing past on your visit. Glastonbury Tor is known as being one of the most spiritual sites in the country. Its pagan beliefs are still very much celebrated. Discover the stories surrounding its spiritual past and what makes Glastonbury Tor so special.
Dragonflies and deer, bats, birds and badgers, newts, hares, fungi and reptiles.. the diversity of the Tyntesfield estate makes it the perfect home for a whole range of wildlife.