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We are excited to announce that Brean is now officially designated as part of the National Nature Reserve, a recognition that enhances the appeal of a holiday in Brean, Somerset. Nestled between the Mendip Hills and Brean Down, this natural beauty spot is perfect for a memorable holiday in Somerset.

This new National Nature Reserve (NNR), spanning 1,413 hectares from Wells to Brean Down, marks the second 'super' NNR in Somerset, following the declaration of the Somerset Wetlands 'super' NNR in May 2022. Collaborating with nine organisations, including Natural England, Somerset Wildlife Trust, Avon Wildlife Trust, Mendip Hills AONB, the National Trust, Longleat and Cheddar Gorge Caves, Butterfly Conservation, the Woodland Trust, and the South West Heritage Trust, this partnership plays a crucial role in enhancing the natural life preservation in Somerset.

Whether you're planning a family holiday or a romantic getaway in Brean, the region's ancient woodlands, diverse wildflower grasslands, and unique geological formations offer a spectacular backdrop. This national treasure sustains a wide array of wildlife, making it an ideal destination for nature enthusiasts on holiday in Somerset. With the establishment of this new National Nature Reserve, Somerset becomes an even more attractive choice for your next holiday adventure.

This recognition not only highlights the region's significance to nature but also enhances the holiday experience for the local community and visitors. Brean is now a pivotal part of the National Nature Reserve network, offering holidaymakers and tourists an unparalleled opportunity to connect with nature, explore history, and immerse themselves in the local heritage.

Considering a holiday in Brean or Somerset? Look no further and book your holiday in Brean - the heart of Somerset nature's paradise.