of the largest expanses of undeveloped coastal habitat in Europe, Blakeney Point
is a great location for wildlife lovers. It is most famous for the large numbers
of Seals which congregate out on the tip of the Point.
and a half mile long spit of sand and shingle is a favourite resting spot for
Check out wildlife on sea and land along the UK's coast. Watch
sensational Basking Sharks and get up close to flora and fauna.
- We're in for a treat at the coast as we explore brilliant
wildlife watching experiences during the summer.
- Visitor Guide
National Nature Reserve, c/o The National Trust Office, Friary Farm, Cley Road,
Blakeney, Holt, Norfolk.
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Beans Boat Trips - 01263 740505
Morston-Temples Boat Trips
- 01263 740791
Norfolk Seal Trips - 0800 0740 754 or 01263 740 753
Boat Trips - email@example.com
Seal Trips - firstname.lastname@example.org
Reserve - email@example.com
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reserve. Seal spotting.|
sensible footwear, binoculars.|
Coastal habitat - sand and shingle
Seal watching - Common and Grey Seals.
- Little Terns, Arctic Terns, Sandwich Terns and Common Terns.
available at Blakeney Point May - August only. Public toilets available at Morston
and Blakeney Quays.
Tea room and information centre at Morston Quay
open according to tides and weather.
Access: Limited due to uneven terrain and tides although there are marked pathways
and boardwalks in some areas. |
Blakeney Point is situated in the town
of Blakeney, off the A149 Cromer - Hunstanton Road.
Pay and display parking available at Blakeney and Morston Quays.
trips - Blakeney Seal Trips with Beans
Bishop's Boat Trips
Temples Boat Trips
year round. Restricted access to some areas during bird breeding season (April-July).
Point is famous for its Seal population so a boat ride around the Point is a must.
Boats leave from Morston Quay and times vary according to tides, plus some trips
offer an hour's stop at the nature reserve along the way.
timetable - book ahead of time to avoid disappointment.
is free but donations towards the cost of running the reserve are welcomed.
trips cost about £7.50 for adults and £4 for children.
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