Wide open spaces and uninterrupted views of the natural and dynamic coastline make for an inspiring visit.
The moving tides, covering saltmarsh or exposing the harbour, combined with the varying light of Norfolk's big skies, create an ever-changing scene.
Blakeney Point, within Blakeney National Nature Reserve, is a four-mile-long sand and shingle spit. Sand dunes have formed over hundreds of years on the shingle ridge and form a rare habitat valuable for unusual plants, inscects, birds and seals.
The surrounding landscape of saltmarsh, mudflats and fresh watermarsh shape the rest of the National Nature Reserve.
Access to the western end of Blakeney point is restricted from April-August to protect ground nesting birds and from November-January during grey seal pupping season.
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.
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