Liverpool is located along the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary. The climate here is classified as a temperate maritime climate, like much of the British Isles, with mild winters and cool summers. Liverpool is noted for its music, as it is the birthplace of The Beatles. It is also well known for its rich architectural heritage. In addition to that, the city won the World Heritage Site status by UNESCO in 2004.
Wirral Peninsula nestles between the River Dee and the River Mersey. It is a popular destination, as it offers beautiful sandy beaches, many picturesque villages, most of which preserve their characteristic red sandstone buildings and breathtaking views of the Liverpool skyline. Leasowe Bay is located at the heart of the North Wirral Coastal Park, close to Moreton train station. It is an excellent windsurfing location, that accommodates almost any wind direction apart from east and southeast.
The beach is very tidal and works best during high tides. The ideal period offering great conditions for windsurfing is from April to October. In addition, the spot is appropriate for intermediate and more experienced windsurfers. The site provides medium waves that work from 1 m/3.28 ft. Keep in mind that, the beach is usually crowded with kiters, other windsurfers and people walking their dogs. If you find yourself in Leasowe Bay, you should visit the Leasowe Lighthouse that was built in 1763 and is the oldest brick-built lighthouse in the country. Finally, the location caters a number of facilities, including free car parking and toilets.