Blakeney Nature Reserve

Ian Ward
Blakeney Nature Reserve

The Blakeney National Nature Reserve is nestled within the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering views of North Norfolk's beautiful coastline from its wide, open spaces.

The reserve is noted for its spectacular displays of tern colonies during summer and grey seal pups during winter, making it a popular tourist attraction all year long.

Whether you are a walker, a sightseer or a wildlife enthusiast, Blakeney National Nature Reserve provides an unforgettable experience no matter what the season.

You can best enjoy the wildlife by taking a ferry from Morston Quay, some of which offer the opportunity to visit the Lifeboat House and land on Blakeney Point.

Please note: nearest toilets are at Morston Quay and Blakeney Quay.

Parking: pay and display (members free) at the Green Way Stiffkey Saltmarshes, Morston Quay and Blakeney Quay (administered by Blakeney Parish Council). Quayside car parks liable to flooding.

An excellent 4 star Sheringham caravan park with beautiful woodland walks and near to award winning Blue Flag rated beaches

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