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At low water, Wells beach has huge open views and mile upon mile of sands and shallow channels to enjoy. When the tide comes in, the beach is transformed into a harbour, with the entrance channel suddenly busy with visiting yachts, fishing boats...more
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Beach Road | Wells, Wells-next-the-Sea NR23 1DR, England
All reviews car park fish and chips low tide sand dunes lifeboat station lovely walk small train public toilets golden sands dog owners long walk pine forest great cafe plenty of space soft sand miles and miles dogs are allowed
Stunning Sunday morning walks on the sand! Immaculately maintained & perfectly pretty with the candy coloured, stilted beach huts, along just the most incredibly breathtaking coastal views! Beauty as its’ best xx
Gorgeous soft sand and what seems miles and miles of it! With dogs park at back of car park away from cafe....as dogs not allowed until towards end of beach huts. Walked to
Holkham and which has lovely cafe ....try the choc and coconut bar!!!...
Had a great time walking along the beach and in the woods with our dog. Really lovely time of year to visit as it was not busy at all. Great little cafe to have a cuppa too!
Well worth the £3.20 parking for 2 hours!
We’ve been many times but this time we took a. Umber of friends for a walk from Wells to Holkham on t(e morning after a big celebration and for a number of people it was their first experience of Norfolk and they fell in love...More
Decided to have a day out in Wells (November 5th), Take the Dog for a run on the sand. Out of season should be no problem, No dogs allowed at any time it was pointed out after we paid to Park. So decided to visit...More
Paid a brief visit to Wells-Nest-The-Sea as a break on a coach trip. Its a fascinating place. There is an excellent beach and the quay is like stepping back in time. The coach and car park are a short walk from the quay. Wouldn't mind...More
Be warned!! Like the previous contributor in this category, I parked in the Port of Wells Car Park and rushed around madly trying to find change to purchase a ticket as their machine doesn't except cards and insists you pay an extortionate flat rate of...More