Quick before it's too late (next weekend - third weekend in January - will probably be the last weekend of the season)
Horsey Beach - Popular For Seal Watching
Horsey Beach is one of the many unspoilt and wonderfully quiet sandy Norfolk beaches on the east coast of the UK. It's also a fantastic place to come and watch the seals during the winter months.
Outside The Nelson Head pub is a good (free) place to park on the grass verge, and it's a nice slightly longer walk to reach the beach. You can also do a circular walk from Horsey Windpump.
The seals are the real attraction of this beach - It’s a magnificent sight, with hundreds of grey seals breeding here.
Just across the dunes from the beach heading inland is Horsey Windpump. If you’ve come to Horsey beach and then would like something else to visit in the area, Horsey Windpump is an idea. Being so close to the beach, you don’t have to go out of your way to go and see it. It was restored by the National Trust. The parking nearby costs money but it's an easy walk to Nelson Pub.