Maldon is a town in Essex, situated about 10 miles east of Chelmsford, at the head of the River Blackwater.
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The Essex town of Maldon is well known for Maldon Sea Salt, traditionally-made sea alt flakes which are popular with chefs and discerning home cooks the world over. Culinary attractions aside, Maldon lies close to the Essex coast, at the head of the Blackwater Estuary.
Historically, the town's coastal location provided a link between inland waterways and canals and coastal shipping. Today, locks remain at nearby Heybridge Basin which connects the estuary to the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation and thence to the Rivers Chelmer and Blackwater.
Maritime attractions aside, Maldon is a pleasant historical town whose past can be traced back to at least 1086, when the town was listed in the Domesday Book as having 54 households.
Modern Maldon is somewhat larger, with a population of about 14,000. That means it's a big enough place to have local car and van hire facilities. A typical range of cargo carriers is usually available, including: