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Blakeney Point


Blakeney Point Seals

© Alban Donohue

One of our most notable landmarks in North Norfolk must be Blakeney Point.

Owned by The National Trust, Blakeney Point is a National Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. As well as being popular with seals, it is a crucial nesting site and frequented by many migratory birds.

The point can be accessed on foot from the Beach at Cley or by boat from Blakeney or Morston. Seal spotting trips can be taken daily throughout the summer months and also when the weather permits in the winter.

Sailing by Blakeney Point

© Alban Donohoe

More information on Blakeney Point can be found on the National Trust website.