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Visited several areas of the Norfolk Coastline but the beach here is a gem.
You can walk for miles on soft sand and shingle and not be pestered by anyone.
Is definitely worth a drive to with the family.
We stayed at Winterton valley Estate and just a short stroll away we came to the valley and dunes. If you have a dog this area would be great as there are no restrictions on the beach. The long stretch of beach is great and...More
A beautiful part of the coast on the Norfolk coast path. The beach is great, but the Winterton valley in the dunes is much easier to walk on. You can meet lots of dogs and their walkers, or you can avoid them. The space is...More
The dunes of this part of the coast are a one off. It is plain to see how the sea, tides and wind have formed them.
If you like walking all year round. Bird and seal watching at certain times of the year this is...More
I normally spend my summers in France on the Atlantic. With the fall in the £ France has become very expensive. So a holiday in Norfolk it is. I stayed with my grand parents at the age of 2 in the small round thatched huts...More
Stopped off here on our journey back home, just to have one last glance at the sea. Was surprised how beautiful the beach was, compared to Yarmouth and Caister. We were only there for an hour and a half, but managed to see 2 seals...More
Huge expanse of beach, most of it dog friendly. Cannot fault the beach, plenty of families enjoying the sea and sand. There are no hire facilities of parasols etc so you do need to bring your own. Even on a hot day in August there...More