Burnham-on-Sea is south west of Weston-super-Mare. Although known as a seaside resort, the area is significant in being part of the Somerset Levels a flat area of land between the Quantock and Mendip hills that has been reclaimed from the sea. This area has been recommended for World Heritage status.
Burnham-on-Sea is known for its nine legged lighthouse and the shortest pier in britain. It is a traditional seaside resort with sandy beaches and donkey rides and a long espanande with distant views of Wales. Its popularity can be seen by there being 3 Holiday Parks in the area.
Although the beach and mudflats are good fun for the family, obviously great care needs to be taken as there have been some tragedies in the past.