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Check out our picks for the 5 best Norfolk coastal walks around Brancaster and Burnham Deepdale

Norfolk is well known for its beautiful coastline. Many visitors come every spring and summer to see the incredible wildlife and scenery. We’ve put together some of our top picks for Norfolk coastal walks around our local area. Don’t forget its important to fuel up for a long walk, or finish will a nice slice of cake and a coffee. Thankfully we’ve got you covered on that. Feel free to book a table online or just walk in.

Brancaster to Titchwell Marsh:
  1. This walk starts at Brancaster beach and takes you along the coastal path to Titchwell Marsh nature reserve. The path follows the edge of salt marshes and tidal creeks, where you can spot wading birds such as oystercatchers and redshanks. You’ll also pass through sand dunes and enjoy views of the coastline. Once you reach Titchwell Marsh, you can explore the nature reserve’s trails and bird hides, which offer great opportunities for birdwatching.
Brancaster to Burnham Overy Staithe:

2. This walk begins at Brancaster beach and takes you along the coastal path to the small harbour of Burnham Overy Staithe. Along the way, you’ll pass through sand dunes and salt marshes, which are home to a variety of birdlife. You’ll also enjoy stunning views of the coastline and surrounding countryside. Once you reach Burnham Overy Staithe, you can explore the harbour and maybe even take a boat trip out to nearby Scolt Head Island.

Holkham Beach to Wells-next-the-Sea:

3. This walk is one of the most scenic coastal walks in Norfolk. Starting at Holkham Beach, you’ll walk along the shoreline and through pinewoods, enjoying breathtaking views of the coastline and surrounding countryside. You’ll also pass by the impressive Holkham Hall estate. Once you reach Wells-next-the-Sea, you can explore the charming coastal town, which has a picturesque harbour, independent shops and cafes, and a stunning beach with colorful beach huts.

Norfolk Coastal Walk Alongside The Beach
Beach Huts At Wells-Next-The-Sea, part of a Norfolk Coastal Walk
Redshanks at Titchwell Marsh
Blakeney Point Circular Walk:

4. This circular walk takes you around Blakeney Point, a National Nature Reserve and one of the best places in Norfolk for birdwatching. The walk starts in the charming village of Blakeney and takes you along the coastal path to the nature reserve. Along the way, you’ll pass through salt marshes and sand dunes, where you may spot seals lounging on the sandbanks. Once you reach Blakeney Point, you can explore the trails and bird hides, which offer great views of the surrounding landscape and birdlife.

Hunstanton to Heacham:

5. This walk takes you along the promenade from the seaside town of Hunstanton to the village of Heacham. The walk offers stunning views of the coast and the famous red and white cliffs, which are a unique feature of this stretch of coastline. Once you reach Heacham, you can explore the village, which has a charming historic church and a wide range of independent shops and cafes. You can also stop off at Heacham beach for a picnic or a paddle.