Is Wirral a good place to live? With 50 miles of beautiful walks and 22 miles of breathtaking coastline, along with cycle and street-art trails, Wirral is a fantastic place to live, made for discovery and is widely known as the leisure peninsula for a reason.
Wirral is the ideal location for those wanting to get away from it all and its fascinating and welcoming towns and villages will help you delve into the culture and history even more. Whether you are looking for outdoor adventure, interactive exhibits or cultural inspiration, The Wirral has got you covered.
Wirral has some amazing outdoor spaces to enjoy, from beautiful coastlines to the promenades, the rocks and paths at Thurstaston, beautiful farms packed with amazing activities, lighthouses, pleasant and calming walks, and so much more. For stunning outdoor space, it’s truly hard to beat!
Slightly warmer weather
Believe it or not, Wirral is said to benefit from slightly warmer weather through the shelter provided by the Welsh Hills.
Excellent transport links
Wirral is perfectly located to reach nearby Liverpool via public transport or the tunnel links, offering easy commutes. Also, the M53 and M56 motorways provide direct access to Chester and Manchester, making it easy to base yourself in the borough whilst travelling directly to nearby towns and cities.
The leisure peninsula
Wirral is not known as the leisure peninsula for no reason. It’s packed with sports and outdoor activities that are perfect for any age and preference.
The Wirral Ways provides a terrific walk or cycle ride that runs along a pleasant traffic-free path through the Wirral countryside and along the coastal estuary of the River Dee. If you would rather get your skates on, the promenade offers the perfect space for it! And when it comes to water sports, New Brighton and West Kirby marinas offer a wide range and wild swimming can be enjoyed in many of the bays.
Whether you are a ‘duffer ‘or you have your ‘A game’ to a T, you can enjoy private and municipal golf courses, including the world-famous Royal Liverpool Golf Club at Hoylake.
Liverpool from afar
On the Wirral, we get to enjoy the best of Liverpool too and so can you! You can enjoy the many benefits of city life without actually living there. By hopping through the tunnel, Wirralites can tap into the amazing nightlife, shopping, theatres, restaurants and cultural experiences that Liverpool City Centre has to offer.
Looking to move to Wirral? The Wirral is diverse in landscape, from semi-rural retreats to beautiful beaches, quaint villages and industrial towns, so choosing a place to live can be difficult. Do you choose east or west? Coast or country? To help you make this decision, we have a variety of properties you can choose from across Wirral and as a treat, we have an exhaustive list of Top things to do in Wirral, so you don't have to worry!