Bridgwater Bay

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Bridgwater Bay: Intertidal mudflats providing rich feeding and roosting areas for nationally and internationally waterfowl. Towards the western end, are a submerged forest and fossil bearing rocks.

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Somerset, Wessex, South West England, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Steart Island


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Leave Bridgwater heading towards Minehead on the A39. After 1.5 miles (2km) after leaving Bridgwater, you'll approach your first roundabout, leave the A39 into the village of Cannington. Proceed through the village, bending sharply to the left after 500 meters (third of a mile), and soon after turn right at a large junction with directions to Hinkley Point. Turn right after 1 mile when directed for Otterhampton and Steart. Continue for 1 mile (1.5 km) until junction, follow sign posts to Steart on your Right. This is now a single land track and the only access road to Steart. After 1 and a quarter miles (nearly 2km) on your left will be a off road parking spot for about 8 cars with the bay directly behind it, but if you continue into the hamlet of Steart, just before a sharp bend to the right will be a gated public car park, with parking for about 20 cars.


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