Spend some quality time on the East Coast...

The surrounding area boasts picturesque towns and villages steeped in history surrounded by beautiful unspoiled country landscapes where you can easily enjoy walking and cycling.

With links by road, train, coach, ferry and plane, and with the centre of London only an hour or so away, it’s an easily accessible destination. For more information visit our find us page.

Download the Love Tendring app  – where you can find information on nearby car parks, toilets and other facilities.  It also tells you how busy beaches are based on hourly data from TDC’s Beach Patrol (seasonal service).

...the perfect place for a getaway!

If you are in search of the traditional pleasures of the seaside with a modern twist, then the Essex Sunshine Coast which is part of the Tendring holiday peninsula is the ideal destination to do this.

Whether you are here for a long weekend break, family or group holiday, or just simply for a day or a few hours, there is so much to explore and discover.

From Clacton-on-Sea with its award winning beaches and stunning seafront gardens to the port of Historic Harwich steeped in a wealth of seafaring history, you are sure to find something enjoyable for everyone throughout the seasons.


Knife & Fork

Eating Out

Explore the wide variety of restaurants in Tendring, serving locally caught fish and using fresh local produce.



Whether you are visiting for the day, staying for a week or live locally, we keep you up to date on the top local events and entertainment venues.

Shopping Bag

Shop ’til you drop!

Visit Tendring for some of the best (and most famous) places to shop in Essex, including Frinton – ‘the Bond Street of Essex.’

Towns & Villages

Things to do in Tendring...

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From one night stays, camping and caravanning, to week long holidays we have it all!


Outdoor Pursuits

Enjoy walking, cycling, geocaching, water-sports, sailing and kite surfing… try something new!

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Culture & Heritage

Tendring peninsula is steeped in heritage; redoubt forts, quays and ports, WWii trails, the Naze Tower.

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