Given this village's name you could be forgiven for assuming it’s by the sea. In reality it lays at least a mile from open water.
In Tudor times it was one of the great ports of eastern England, a big player in the trade with the Netherlands. It is still however one of the coasts most commercially workable ports, but just not a great adventage anymore.
Well-next-the-Sea is a particularly attractive village and is a great place to base yourself, when visiting the surrounding area. The town is separated into three areas; particularly eye-catching is Buttland’s Green, which is flanked by some impressive Georgian homes. The sandy beaches are lovely in the summer and are surrounded by dunes covered in beautiful flowers.
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