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All reviews bird watching car park coastal path wildlife trust nesting birds the north norfolk coast lovely walk salt marsh stunning scenery board walk dogs are allowed peace and quiet beautiful area sandy beach high tide lovely place to visit great beach
Just walk and walk and walk.....a wonderful area, quiet, full of birds and interesting sites, take binoculars and camera and easy to wander on to the beach as well as the Norfolk Coastal Path, we did a circular walk from Holme, about four miles. Just...More
We started out walk at Thornham harbour and then walked along the raised walkway. On reaching the dunes we found a fabulous almost deserted golden beach, which our dog loved. It's a real hidden gem and I think prefer it to Brancaster as less busy....More
This is a bit strange. My birthday is Christmas Eve and two years ago we drove up here to celebrate and found this place. A fiver to park but free if you’re members, we joined and have never looked back. The NW Trust is a...More
Holme Dunes is a place worth visiting if you like wide open beaches. There is always somewhere to be found where there are few or no people. You can access the beach from Holme village or Thornham if you use the coast path, otherwise you...More
We walked to be beach from Thornham. The path is wide and clearly marked, with a board walk once you reach the nature reserve. Behind the beach is a small car park (access from Holme), and a wildlife shop and cafe. We had lunch there...More
This is a beautiful area of the coast. It is part of the coastal path. There is a car park and cafe. We go here with our dog but you have to keep them on the lead. There are lots of sea birds here so...More
Easy parking in Thornham at old harbour. Walk out over marshes and on to beach. Quite secluded even over bank holiday. Lovely sand sea and dunes. Good walk back through the adjacent wood. And there’s a pub at the end of it The Lifeboat.
Amazing beach, hardly anyone on it despite being in late August.. £5 to park is reasonable and helps to support the conservation work..
Very short (50 yards max) walk from car park to vast, sandy beach with 200 degree sea views..
Good little cafe with...More