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All reviews car park nelson head seal colony natural environment grey seals wild animals sand dunes burger van wrap up warm viewing area lovely beach pay and display lovely walk seals playing amazing experience the pub two hours
Visited yesterday . From car park turn right . We spotted a few seals soon in the sea.. But walked further on for about 20 mins ,if that , and there they were ! A whole colony laying along the shore . Very humbling site...More
Took the teenagers to get some fresh air and have a break from the iPad!! Wasn’t sure we’d get to see any seals.... we saw loads!!
Beautiful beach, great experience.
NB: there are no toilets at the beach. Public toilet at Horsey Mill a 5...More
Just watching these amazing creatures was an eye opener to everything regarding our pre ious wildlife! Seeing 200-300 of these beautiful seals moving together playing in the sea was amazing! There was so much going on and we were lucky to have an hour watching...More
What a great natural experience for all ages. The see an animal in their natural habitat is so much than a zoo no matter what the weather.
Even if it’s not seal season the beach is still good. A must for families.
We spent a couple of hours strolling along the beach at Horsey. The highlight was seeing several hundred grey seals resting up. The youngest seals must have been only three months old. The further you go from the car park the less people there are,...More
We visited Horsey gap after going to the Windpump and taking the Ross' wildlife boat trip there. All these attractions are near each other and can be done in a day if you're travelling with children.
Parking costs £3 for 2h, the signage said first...More
A visit to see the seals, luckily the seal rescue squad were on the beach trying to catch a seal with a frizby round it’s neck which was entertaining to watch there efforts, unfortunately not successful as it turned out. Lots of seals on the...More
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Hi, Agsin we parked by Poppylands and went in through the dunes the sand is very soft and hard work to walk on, its not dangerous, just takes a bit of effort 3yo may struggle. We didnt see or use the path so can't comment... More
Hi, Agsin we parked by Poppylands and went in through the dunes the sand is very soft and hard work to walk on, its not dangerous, just takes a bit of effort 3yo may struggle. We didnt see or use the path so can't comment on that. Hope that helps