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All reviews long walk sand dunes car park beautiful beach pine forest pay and display an ice cream van board walk dog walkers open space can walk for miles soft sand waters edge horse riding walk along the beach wooded area norfolk coast
What an amazing beach - it must be over half a mile from the start of the beach to the sea at low tide. Golden soft sands and very few people (October visit) - our dog had a whale of a time and our walk...More
We parked our car in Lady Anns Drive at the pay and display (not cheap @ £6) most expensive car park we used all holiday.
The lookout cafe is on the right as you walk decked walkways though trees down to the most stunning expanse...More
A great beach to visit, really beautiful sand and skies. Access to it brilliant, it’s a bit of a walk but it’s mostly flat and there are plenty of places to rest if you need to. Take your kite, it’s bright and breezy! No bins...More
This beach should be kept a secret! At low tide it is spectacular - just miles of open sand and sand dunes, but the sea does go a long way out. The beach appears safe, but I suspect when the tide comes in, it could...More
One of the most beautiful beaches I have visited. Sparkling white sand as far as the eye can see backed by a pine forest. Colourful beach huts some of which can be hired for the day.
There is a large car park, I don't know...More
When I was there, there were horses that could be rented out. Two of them at least. It seemed kind of on an ad hoc basis. They were trailered in to the parking area. I don’t know how you actually arrange it, how much it... More
When I was there, there were horses that could be rented out. Two of them at least. It seemed kind of on an ad hoc basis. They were trailered in to the parking area. I don’t know how you actually arrange it, how much it costs, or if they are there everyday or just on summer weekends. Certainly on the beach there were hoof prints. And the two horses I saw looked in good condition, with a Thoroughbred look about them.