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Heacham started to become popular as a seaside resort with the Victorians due to the opening of the railway line between King’s Lynn and Hunstanton in the early 1860s.

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 7BD

 

Scratby Beach near Great Yarmouth is a wide curving, ochre-coloured, quiet sand and shingle beach found at the base of low sand cliffs. Perfect for long walks with the dog or without from autumn to spring or for long lazy days in summer.

Scratby, Great Yarmouth, NR29 3PD

 

Caister on Sea's North Beach near Great Yarmouth has a long concrete esplanade and sand dunes leading to a wide sandy, golden beach.

Caister-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, NR30 5HE

 

From the Hunstanton direction, the further around the West Norfolk coast you go, you will discover the quieter pleasures on Brancaster beach, with its natural dunes.

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 8AX

 

Situated only 10 minutes from the market town of Stalham Sea Palling is an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Stalham, Norfolk, -

 

At Horsey, the Broads reach out to the North Sea. Access to the beach at horsey is on foot from Horsey Mill and village (about 1½ miles / 2.4km) or via a track to a small car park at Horsey Gap. Grey seals abound on the sand dunes.

Horsey, Horsey, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 4EF

 

Hemsby Beach, near Great Yarmouth is a lively village resort with shops, amusements, attractions and cafes. The stunning golden, wide sandy beach with its grassy sand dunes makes this a popular choice with visitors.

Hemsby Village, Nr Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 4HJ

 

Mundesley beach is backed by a raised promenade lined with colourful wooden beach huts. Cliffs form the backdrop to the beach with pretty cliff top gardens where visitors can shelter and sit.

Mundesley, NR11 8BQ

 

Caister's South Beach near Great Yarmouth starts from behind Caister's Independent Lifeboat Station. Wide dunes lead down to a glorious, golden, sandy beach.

Caister-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, NR30 5HE

 

Winterton-on-Sea near Great Yarmouth has mile upon mile of pale, sandy beach and sand dunes stretching into the distance.

Winterton on Sea, NR29 4DD

 

California Beach near Great Yarmouth is a lovely, wide, sand and shingle beach at the bottom of low sandy cliffs, merging with Scratby Beach. Peaceful and picturesque part of the coastline accessed via steep steps.

California, Great Yarmouth, NR29 3PD

 

Hopton-on-Sea Beach near Great Yarmouth is a lovely sandy beach stretching down the coast towards Suffolk. The wide sandy beach is punctuated with groynes and runs alonside low grassy cliffs.

Hopton-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, NR31 9SE

 

Discovery Point, East Promenade, Sheringham , NR26 8BG

 

West Runton is a sand and shingle beach, with an expanse of sand and rock pools when the tide goes out. There are miles of footpaths and bridleways in the surrounding area.

West Runton, NR27 9QP

 

When the tide is out the beach is flat sand, great for building sandcastles, taking a nice gentle stroll or just relaxing in a deckchair.

Overstrand, NR27 0PF

 

Cart Gap is a popular place to walk along the Norfolk Coast Path towards Happisburgh or Sea Palling.

Cart Gap, NR12 0QL

 

Sheringham is very popular because of its fine beaches and cliffs surrounded by picturesque wooded areas to the north with views over the sea. In recent decades the North Norfolk Railway.

Sheringham, NR26 8LG

 

The award-winning beach at Wells forms part of the Holkham Estate. The beach continues eastward but can be cut off by the tide which does come in very quickly.

Wells-next-the-Sea, NR23 1DR

 

Discovery Point, Coast Road, Walcott , NR12 0AP

 

Discovery Point, Water Lane , West Runton, NR27 9QP

 

From Happisburgh beach there are miles of coastal paths to walk and footpaths in the surrounding area. The cliffs offer an impressive backdrop to the beach with its red and white lighthouse and St Mary’s Church.

Happisburgh, NR12 0PR

 

In the relatively thin strip of land between the village and the sea, large areas of salt marsh much used by birds for feeding and breeding are to be found.

Beach Road, Holme-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, PE36 6LG

 

Discovery Point, Beach Road Car Park, East Runton, NR27 9PA

 

Discovery Point, Cart Gap Car Park, Cart Gap, Happisbugh , NR12 0QL