For over 600 years, Wells-next-the-Sea has been a port and a largely natural safe-haven for ships and boats and it s protected by rare salt marshes behind a sand bar. The Port was one of England's major harbours in Tudor times too. The town has a busy sailing club and a water ski club and much of the activity in the harbour now also revolves around water sports.
Wells Harbour is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and thousands of holiday makers and visitors flock here all through the year for entertainment, crab fishing and its large beach bristling with multi-coloured beach huts.
There is always something interesting to see and do at Wells Harbour.
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