Clacton, Essex

Clacton tide times



February 2023

Clacton tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Wed08
07:360.5m
19:340.9m
01:204.3m
13:354.2m
Thu09
08:060.5m
20:040.9m
01:524.3m
14:074.2m
Fri10
08:350.5m
20:360.9m
02:224.2m
14:394.1m
Sat11
09:050.6m
21:101.0m
02:534.2m
15:134.0m
Sun12
09:370.7m
21:481.1m
03:264.1m
15:514.0m
Mon13
10:160.8m
22:371.2m
04:044.1m
16:363.9m
Tue14
11:120.9m
23:451.3m
04:534.0m
17:333.7m
Wed15
12:341.1m
05:573.8m
18:473.6m
Thu16
01:201.3m
14:051.1m
07:223.7m
20:143.6m
Fri17
02:481.1m
15:191.0m
08:523.8m
21:383.8m
Sat18
04:010.8m
16:240.9m
10:054.1m
22:424.0m
Sun19
05:060.6m
17:200.8m
11:044.3m
23:344.2m
Mon20
06:000.3m
18:080.8m
11:544.5m
Tue21
06:500.2m
18:540.7m
00:204.4m
12:414.6m
Wed22
07:350.1m
19:360.7m
01:044.6m
13:264.7m
Thu23
08:160.1m
20:160.7m
01:454.7m
14:094.6m
Fri24
08:540.2m
20:550.8m
02:264.6m
14:524.4m
Sat25
09:280.4m
21:340.9m
03:054.5m
15:344.2m
Sun26
10:030.6m
22:151.0m
03:444.3m
16:163.9m
Mon27
10:440.9m
23:051.1m
04:264.1m
17:033.7m
Tue28
11:381.2m
05:173.8m
17:593.5m


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March 2023

Clacton tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Wed01
00:111.3m
12:491.4m
06:273.5m
19:143.4m
Thu02
01:341.3m
14:171.5m
07:583.5m
20:453.4m
Fri03
03:181.2m
15:451.4m
09:173.6m
21:503.6m
Sat04
04:240.9m
16:341.2m
10:143.8m
22:383.8m
Sun05
05:050.8m
17:111.1m
10:584.0m
23:174.0m
Mon06
05:380.6m
17:431.0m
11:344.1m
23:524.1m
Tue07
06:080.5m
18:130.9m
12:084.1m
Wed08
06:380.5m
18:420.8m
00:244.2m
12:394.2m
Thu09
07:070.4m
19:110.8m
00:554.3m
13:114.2m
Fri10
07:360.4m
19:420.8m
01:264.3m
13:424.2m
Sat11
08:040.4m
20:130.8m
01:574.3m
14:144.2m
Sun12
08:320.5m
20:460.9m
02:274.3m
14:474.1m


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Things to see and do near Clacton

If you're planning a visit to Clacton, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Visit Clacton Pier – Clacton Pier offers a variety of family-friendly attractions including an amusement arcade, mini golf course, bowling alley, and indoor play centre. The pier also has a variety of shops and eateries.
  • Take a Tour of Walton-on-the-Naze – This picturesque village is home to the Walton Lighthouse, one of the oldest brick towers in the UK. Visitors can take a tour of the lighthouse and explore the surrounding area.
  • Visit Southend-on-Sea – A popular seaside resort, Southend-on-Sea offers a wide range of attractions including a long pier, amusement parks, an aquarium, and much more.
  • Explore the Tendring Peninsula – The Tendring Peninsula is a beautiful area of countryside and coastline, with some fantastic views. There are plenty of walks, cycle routes, and beaches to explore.
  • Visit St. Osyth – This pretty village is home to a 12th century priory and a beach. The village also has a number of shops and eateries.
  • Take a Boat Trip on the River Colne – Enjoy a peaceful boat trip along the River Colne, taking in the beautiful scenery and wildlife.
  • Explore the Clacton-on-Sea Beach – Clacton-on-Sea's beach is a great spot for a stroll, with a long stretch of sand and plenty of activities to enjoy.
  • Visit Frinton-on-Sea – This seaside resort town is home to a number of attractions including a long promenade, a golf course, and plenty of shops and eateries.
  • Go Sailing at St. Osyth Bay – St. Osyth Bay is a great spot for sailing, with plenty of space to explore.
  • Visit the Colne Valley Railway – Travel back in time with a ride on the Colne Valley Railway. This heritage railway offers visitors the chance to explore the area in a classic steam or diesel train.
  • Visit Brightlingsea – This charming little town is home to a number of historic buildings, as well as a vibrant marina.
  • Explore the Dedham Vale – This area of countryside is home to some stunning views of the countryside and riverside.
  • Visit Mersea Island – This island is a great spot for nature lovers, with plenty of wildlife to see and explore.
  • Go Shopping in Colchester – Colchester is home to a number of shops, restaurants, and attractions.
  • Take a Tour of Harwich – This historic town is home to a number of attractions including a fort, a lighthouse, and a maritime museum.

There are many things to see and do near Clacton. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!