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Recommended towns near Brightlingsea

Clacton-on-Sea  (5.6 miles, 9.0 km, direction E)
Clacton-on-Sea is a fine Victorian resort that offers visitors and enjoyable and jolly time.
Colchester  (7.7 miles, 12.3 km, direction NW)
Fascinating historic Essex town in which there was probably a settlement in both the 5th-century BC, and the Ist-century AD. The...
Tollesbury  (8.9 miles, 14.4 km, direction SW)
This large sea-faring village sits attractively off a tidal creek where the waters of the Blackwater River enter the sea.
Mistley  (9.2 miles, 14.8 km, direction N)
Mistley lies on the south bank of the River Stour not far from Manningtree, to which it is joined via a tree-lined walk along the river which is oddly called The Walls.
Flatford  (9.7 miles, 15.7 km, direction N)
Dedham  (10.1 miles, 16.2 km, direction N)
There are two things that immediately strike you about this enchanting village, the first is the opulence of the beautiful 15th-century church, and the second is the fascinating view of the River Stour, which, like the church, has featured in Constable paintings.
East Bergholt  (11.2 miles, 18.0 km, direction N)
This enchanting village gained lasting fame as Constable's birth place. It also has a very unusual medieval bell cage.
Nayland  (12.5 miles, 20.1 km, direction NW)
The heady beauty of Suffolk has been the inspiration of artist's for centuries and the village of Nayland, in the hear of Constable country is no exception.
Harwich  (13.2 miles, 21.3 km, direction NE)
The great seafarers of centuries have left the shores of England, these include Raleigh, Drake, Frobisher and Admiral, Lord...
Erwarton  (13.7 miles, 22.1 km, direction NE)
Erwarton is beautifully situated on the Stour Estuary.

 

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