Weston Super Mare is an English seaside town situated a few miles south west of Bristol. The seaside has something typically English in its indescribable atmosphere and in the organisation of its seafront: The green space, the promenade, the beach, the Grand pier and the amusement inside it. More unusual is the parking on the beach. Aesthetically speaking, it is extremely ugly but contribute well to the overall atmosphere of the place.
Like many English seaside, Weston Super Mare has seen a decline in holiday makers as low cost destination offers better deals and better weather. However It remains a popular destination among the British and the locals. Its pier built at the beginning of the 20th century is one of the most visited in the country.
Weston Super Mare is also called Weston Super Mud because of its mud flats visible at low tide.