First on our list of Norfolk coastal walks is Blakeney Point coastal walk, spanning across 6.4km of sand dunes. This leisurely walk takes you past the Lifeboat House, home to a variety of unique plants and wildlife. Most of this route is on soft sand, which can be difficult to walk on and isn’t suitable for pushchairs or wheelchair users. It’s important to be mindful of the breeding seals on Blakeney beach, with areas fenced off and access restricted.
Discover Blakeney Point
The Salthouse Village walk is a circular route taking you from the charming coastal village of Salthouse to the heathland and gorse around Bard Hill, spanning across 8.9km. A moderate trail, be prepared for a steep incline up to the top of the heathland boasting wonderful views of the Norfolk countryside, coast, and World War 2 Radar Station remains. This route also takes you across a shingle beach.
Explore Salthouse, situated on the salt marshes of North Norfolk
Next on our list of Norfolk coastal walks is the Sheringham Circular walk, an 11.2km trail taking you past parkland, fields, woods, and clifftops. Enjoy spectacular views and absorb the history and rich variety of wildlife that greets you along the way. With varied paths and some steep inclines, this route is best suited for people with a reasonable fitness level. Dogs are welcome but must be kept under control.
Take in beautiful scenic views across the Sheringham coastal path
For family and pet friendly beach walks in Norfolk Cromer Lighthouse circular walk is an ideal option, spanning across 4.7km boasting a fantastic beach, cliffs, and heathland. An easy trail, the route is suitable for people with a reasonable fitness level due to the 236 steps to the clifftop. The climb is worth it as you will be greeted to the breath-taking views over Norfolk, including Cromer Lighthouse.
Visit Cromer, boasting fantastic beach, cliffs, and heathland
Last on our list, and an alternative option if you’re looking for beach walks in Norfolk is Horsey Windpump, a 4.8km trail taking in beautiful landscapes. A return walk to the beach, meander through grassy paths, low-lying grazing marshes, and sand dunes. Between October and January you may also see one of hundreds of seals that have their pups on Horsey beach so keep an eye out, but keep your distance. Find out about how to see the seals without disturbing them.
See the beautiful ruins of Brograve Windmill near Horsey on the Norfolk Broads
With plenty of Norfolk coastal walks to choose from you’ll be spoilt for choice on your walking and hiking holiday in the UK. Situated on the banks of the River Thet, our accommodation at Thorpe Forest is a great base for your walking break. Book your hot tub cabin and explore what Norfolk has to offer.