Walk the coastal path at Blakeney


Bayfield Bird Walk (3 Miles)
Starting at the Cley Spy shop at Glandford this walk takes you through different habitats including farmland, woodland and along the banks of the river Glaven. Follow the link to download a pdf map.
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Cley Marshes (Norfolk Wildlife Trust)
On the A149 coast road, 6km north of Holt. The visitor centre and car park are easily accessible on the landward side of the road. Entrance is located directly across the A149 coast road from the car park. The Coasthopper bus service stops just outside.

Titchwell Marsh Reserve (RSPB)
On the A149 coast road, near Hunstanton. Coasthopper bus service stops just outside.


Kelling Heath
Lowland heath is a rare and declining habitat, and is very rich in specialised wildlife. This SSSI is rather special.

Cycle Hire
Overland Cycles 34 Norwich Road, Holt. Tel: 01263 713293.

Glandford Shell Museum
A charming tiny jewel of a shell collection.
The Shell Museum is a small private trust and receives no public grants of any kind.
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A woodland nature walk
FOXLEY WOODS (Norfolk Wildlife Trust)
Foxley Wood is the largest area of ancient woodland now remaining in Norfolk.


See the Seals
At high tide, boats from Morston Quay take trips to see the seals of Blakeney Point who bask on a seven mile shingle spit.
Try 'Beans' or 'Temples'
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Visit a Maritime Heritage Centre
The former Officers’ Mess at the Old Military Camp in Stiffkey and has now been refurbished to tell the story of Dunkirk veteran local lifeboat ‘Lucy Lavers’ and other wooden boats.

Find out more at Rescue: Wooden: Boats

Easter to October why not book a trip on ‘Lucy Lavers’ from Wells Harbour. Check site above for current dates and book by contacting the Tourist Information Office in Staithe Street, Wells-next-the-Sea 01328 710885.

PRE BOOKING ESSENTIAL Adults: £10 / Children (4-16 years): £5, pay on board. Meet outside Wells Harbour office 15 minutes before departure. Full safety and instruction details at the Tourist Information Office
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Visit a beach
Part of the shingle bank that stretches from Weybourne to Blakeney Point. Plenty of parking right behind the beach.

Allison can give tips on other local ones

Further afield try

Miles of sandy beach stretching as far as the eye can see, bordered by sand dunes and mere yards from the car park.

A vast sandy beach. At low tide you have to walk a mile to get to the sea. There are often horses being exercised on the sands and sometimes the household cavalry.

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The eastern end of Holkham beach. This is busier but there are toilets and a cafe. The beach is vast and great but the tide can come in very rapidly so take care.