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Thurstaston beach, a shingle and sand beach with clay cliffs overlooking the River Dee, runs between Thurstaston and Heswall and forms a small and unspoilt stretch of coast line. A cliff face runs the entire length of the beach,The cliffs are hazardous, being subject to erosion erosion, and should not be climbed.
There are points were the beach may be easily accesed. The first and easiest is at the bottom of Station Road, which is the road which leads down to Thurstaston Visitors Centre from Telegraph Road. The other access point consists of a set of steps down the cliffs at the opposite end.
Paragliding on Thurstaston Beach and the cottages on the beach
Old cottages stand in an unusual location on the beach, just above the waterline. There are also remains of an old quay.
This part of the Wirral coast is popular with walkers and forms part of the Wirral Coastal Walk. Thurstaston Visiotr Centre provides outdoor barbeque site, a visitors centre with nature displays and a kiosk selling refeshments and a large central field for playing ball games and picnics.