South of Seaton Carew, in the Seal Sands area, there is some wonderful birdwatching adventures to be had. The place to look for on the map is Saltholme Marshes. Soon there is to be a multi-million pound bird reserve to be opened here, with facilties for everyone, including children and the disabled. The plans are really exciting and deserve the...more
South of Seaton on the road to Port clarence, just beyond the roundabout where you turn to the nuclear power station, you can get a good view of the ghost ships. These were brought across from America several years ago for dismantling and have remained in tact while legal wranglings have gone on over whether the asbestos contained in them might not...more
Multimap has an Aerial photo facility too. I liked this view of Teesmouth with a huge cargo ship in dock.
Poeple go running on the beach, right from Seaton Carew, over the dunes and along to the power station. And back again.
Equipment: The usual.
Wherever you go in the United Kingdom where the sea attracts people, the ubiquitous ice cream vans, shops selling rock and candy, beach toys like buckets and spades and shrimping nets vie with the general shops. And don't forget fish and chips. Watching the waves break on the shore while out at sea, large ships set out for foreign lands.more