Mersea Island Essex Travel Guide

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The furthest East occupied inhabited island in Britain. It's a quaint fishing island, with beaches, walks and abundant history.

Fossils, roman burial mound, houseboats, fresh fish extravaganzas.

Near by Colchester is a historical gem, with the castle on top of the roman temple, roman walls and artefacts in the museum, plus Campernielle's clock museum.

East Mersea - Colchester Oyster Fishery and the Vineyards-superb lobsters oysters and award winning wine.

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