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Holkham National Nature Reserve, Wells-next-the-Sea

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  • What can you say about this place. Me & my wife visit here a lot. Its a stunning beach and theres no shortage of space its vast. Ideal if you have a dog or dogs, its a very stunning place. You can wal...  more »
  • Well worth a visit to the beach- something for everyone. Whether you want to take your dog for a walk.. or even your horse (or just want a walk yourself) or whether you want to spend the day at the be...  more »
  • Amazing combination of beach and forest and marshland. Probably an hour and a half round trip throught beach and forest. Great pubs nearby. Parking is not free but reasonable. Bring your wellies for t...  more »
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  • One of our favourite places in the UK if not the world. Nice walk between the woods and marshlands. Bird watchers paradise. Or walk through the path in the middle of pine forest. Out on to one of the widest, longest and most stunning beaches in the U.K. So much the queen mum rest her soul, had her summer house here.
  • A really lovely stretch of beach, we come here often to walk the dog and thoroughly enjoy it every time. A lovely clean beach with miles of beach too explore.
  • One of the nicest beaches in Norfolk. Great for long walks along the dunes, hunting for creatures in the tidal pools or playing in the sand.
  • The scenery at the beach is beautiful. The beach has a very gradual slope which makes it fun to play in without worrying -- although it does mean that the tide can move up the beach fairly quickly. Dog friendly.
  • Incredible flora, in woodland, beach, dunes and wetlands. Great for birds, particularly overwintering wildfowl and waders. And a whale, sadly washed up in October 2016 after dying from natural causes.