The Wirral Way is a path on the track of an old railway that goes from West Kirby to Hooton offering superb views over the Dee Estuary to Wales.
The route runs through Wirral Country Park and is used by walkers, cyclists and horse riders and attracts wildlife from rare birds and to dozens of species of butterflies.
So whether you're going on foot or by bike, you'll find plenty of things to see and do.
Stroll along West Kirby beach
This is one of four Wirral bathing beaches to receive the highest European Water Quality Standard in 2007.
The beach at West Kirby is just 300 metres long, but is always busy when the sun and the tide are out.
This busy little beach lies between a kilometre of sand dunes and a further two kilometres of vast sand flats which are exposed at low water ?it鈥檚 also the beach from which you can walk to Hilbre Island.
See the lighthouse at Hilbre Island
Acting as a port landmark for the Hilbre swash in the River Dee estuary this lighthouse was established in 1927 by the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board Authority, now the Mersey Docks and Harbour Company, but has been operated by Trinity House since 1973.
It was converted from acetylene gas to solar-power operation in 1995.
The lighthouse, which is 10ft tall has a light that is 46ft above high water.
You can walk across to Hilbre Island at low tide which will take around an hour for the two-mile crossing.
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Have a picnic at Thurstaston
Wirral has some of the most scenic and beautiful landscapes in the country and you are never too far away from a stunning spot to walk through.
Wirral Country Park includes Thursaston Beach, a long stretch of shingle coastland.
The Thurstaston park on Station Road boasts a designated BBQ area and its cliff tops provide fabulous views over the Dee Estuary.
There鈥檚 also plenty of free car parking, a cafe and a separate sweet and ice cream kiosk.
Have ice cream at Parkgate
Nicholls Famous Ice Cream in Parkgate have been making ice cream on site with the finest ingredients for 75 years. They bring incredible flavours from Italy and mix them together with their hand-made ice cream base made everyday in their shop.
Originally owned by the Nicholls family it has been run by Bill Collier and his team since 1988. The shop overlooks the Dee Estuary and provides lovely views and a great place to relax, have fun and create memories.
Their summer opening times are now in operation subject to the weather. If it is not raining, they are open at least until 7pm, seven days a week.
Go for tea and cake at Hadlow Road Station
The Hadlow Road Station in Willaston has been lovingly restored to appear as it did in the 1950s ?complete with a signal box, British Rail ticket office and track.
Have a pub lunch at The Chimneys
The Chimneys in Hooton is so-called because of the pubs busy roof line which features more than a dozen chimneys, giving the building a distinctive appearance.
The country pub is full of rustic character and serves up hearty seasonal food with cask ales and fine wines on offer too.
They serve up a variety of dishes including sharing platters, stonebaked pizzas and signature mains including seared sea bass and slow-cooked ham hock.Best gastro pubs within an hour's drive of Liverpool