Leigh On Sea Area Guide

About the Area:

Leigh On Sea has earned its place as one of the ‘happiest’ places to live, according to a report by The Daily Mail newspaper, making it an attractive destination for those seeking a contented lifestyle. North Leigh, in particular, boasts natural attractions such as Belfairs Woods & Nature Reserve with an adjacent 18-hole golf course and Great Wood Nature Reserve, offering picturesque scenery and walking trails. The area provides a diverse range of schools catering to all age groups, including several high schools.

Convenient Connectivity:

Bus routes connect Leigh On Sea to Southend, Basildon, and surrounding areas, ensuring ease of travel.

By car, the A127 and A13 are both within a 5-minute drive, providing convenient road access. London Southend Airport, previously voted ‘The Best Airport’ in the UK by Which Magazine, is also in close proximity.

The C2C mainline station to Fenchurch Street, London, adds to the accessibility and connectivity of Leigh.

Distinctive Features:

The iconic Cockle Sheds of Leigh grace Old Leigh Town on The Thames Estuary, offering a glimpse into the area’s maritime heritage with the waterfront being adorned with pubs and restaurants, creating an ideal setting to relax and watch the world go by.

Leigh Broadway, a short distance away, represents a traditional high street with a vibrant mix of Boutique shops, cosmopolitan wine bars, eateries etc.

For those in search of a happy and vibrant community, Leigh On Sea provides a blend of natural beauty, historical charm, and modern conveniences. Whether enjoying the serene landscapes or the lively streets, Leigh has something to offer for everyone.

Location - Leigh On Sea