St Osyth - SS Peter & Paul
A large Grade I listed building with previous Saxon and Norman incarnations, but now mostly Tudor. The 13th century chancel remains, and the heavily-buttressed tower is 14th century. The 16th century nave is flanked by hugh aisles with Perpendicular windows: the southern aisle is linked to the tower via a 16th century stair tower. The church is close to St Osyth's Priory.