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This is another of the most popular beaches in Norfolk for dog walkers.

Restrictions apply 1st April to 31st August – Dogs must be on a lead for certain areas of Holkham beach to help protect birds that nest nearby. You can view the specific zones for the beach via the Holkham website.  Also be aware of the restrictions at the nearby Wells-next-the-Sea beach around the main entrance.


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  • Claire Beeson
    Claire Beeson
    a week ago

    Just stunning, my all round favourite beach! Plenty of parking along the tree lined road opposite the Victoria at Holkham. Walk through the pine trees and across the horseshoe shaped entrance & sand dunes to the most spectacular beach! You can walk for miles in both directions, lovely walk to Wells alongside the pine trees too!

  • Ella S
    Ella S
    2 weeks ago

    Absolutely stunning beach. Have visited in a variety of different weathers now, and is beautiful in them all . It's worth saying, it is a fair walk from the car park to the sea - I don't mind this as it's a beautiful walk through the pine trees, but be prepared for a long stroll. The Lookout cafe is ideally located, serving most things you would need for lunch to take to the beach. Will always come back to this beach.

  • Chloe Harpa
    Chloe Harpa
    a month ago

    Incredible beach that is a MUST VISIT if you’re in Norfolk! Very clean beach with lovely sand. About 20 minutes walk from the car park over the grassy banks but so worth it. Can’t wait to come back.

  • Uzo Amaka
    Uzo Amaka
    2 weeks ago

    This beach came highly recommended from a friend who had previously visited and the receptionist at the hotel so I had high hopes and it delivered on the beach front. However with the facilities- only one cafe on site and the toilet being quite a walk from the beach that’s why the 4*. Car park is manned or there were stewards to guide you to a suitable parking spot then the walk to the beach follows. Some come there for the nature reserve to walk around following the rail but we came for a family fun day at the beach. Great water and good sand, loved it.

  • Chris Baker
    Chris Baker
    a month ago

    We took the bus from Weybourne to Wells-next-the-Sea, then walked along the coastal path to the beach, up to the dunes, and back through the Nature Reserve. The sandy beach is enormous when the tide is out, and the views are amazing. A line of colourful huts on stilts curves around the back of the beach, which is very eye catching. There's a big car park if you decide to drive, or you can catch the coast road bus, like we did. Well worth a visit.

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