Why come to
has been a traditional seaside town for hundreds of years. With its'
clean, sandy beaches, acres of unspoilt rural open space and coastline, which
has been deemed a site of special scientific interest, it is the perfect place
for your holiday.
look what we can offer you here in Walton-on-the-Naze...
Exciting cliffs with acres of lush grass at their summit - a wonderful place
to relax and watch children play.
The un-spoilt headland of Walton consisting of about 50 acres of grassed
coastal heath land and 50 acres of scrub woodland with about 200 acres of
salt marsh to the north of the sea wall. See the Naze tower built in 1721 by
Trinity House to guide shipping to the busy port of Harwich.
In the sea or in our Swimming Pool on the Bathhouse Meadow, including an
Aqua Slide for the kids to enjoy.
In the Columbine Centre, Bathhouse Meadow.
Holds regular events such as; monthly cinema, weekly indoor boot sale and
We are proud to have the second longest pier in Great Britain with one of
the world's oldest operating amusement parks. With tenpin bowling, rides,
bingo, refreshments and firework bonanzas throughout the summer.
Walk along our backwaters for an alternative view of Walton, which is
extremely rich in bird life and geology. Pick up a copy of the Walton
Wildlife Guide leaflet from the lobby.
Trips to See the Seals
Wildlife boat trips, an excellent way to see seals, sea birds and fantastic
views of our beautiful backwaters.
Titchmarsh Marina - boat sales, chandlery and Harbour lights licensed bar
and restaurant for a relaxing meal looking across the harbour.
Enjoy sea fishing by boat or sea angling off the pier. Catch Skate, Bass and
Cod in season.
Walton's bustling weekly traditional market offers a wide variety of wares,
from household goods to plants, fashion to fruit and veg, and not forgetting
the locally caught fish!
Traditional boat manufacture and panoramic views of the backwaters and old
boating lake can be seen from The Town Hard in Mill Lane.
Stevens Lifeboat Restoration
The refurbishment of the oldest surviving motor lifeboat, visit this
Housing a collection of Walton memorabilia in the old lifeboat house.
town shops provide for everyday needs and holiday essentials during the summer
months, there is an open air market in the Millennium Square every Thursday, and
every Monday throughout the summer months. If you need more variety,
nearby Clacton Factory
Shopping Village is a short distance away. Nearby Colchester and
Ipswich have all major shops, including department stores.
Walton is also ideally
located for excursions to nearby areas of interest:
Country, Dedham and Flatford Mill are only about 50 minutes
away by car.
Colchester, Englands' oldest recorded town is a mere 25 minutes from
Walton. A little further out is one of the best zoos in England, Colchester
- The Historic
Dockside at Harwich
has the Ha'Penny Pier and lots of antiques shops to browse around, together
with some of the best fish and chips in the area.
What is the
Where to Eat
Walton itself has a
wide range of eating places...
- Numerous cafes
and restaurants serving traditional, English fare.
- Chinese, Indian
and Thai restaurants.
- Pie and Mash,
Fish and Chips and Barbecue restaurants/take-aways.
- The Queens Head,
Victory, Bathouse and Walton Tavern pubs all have
there is a wide choice of eateries in Frinton on Sea, Thorpe Le Soken and