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Norfolk Coast Path at Wells-next-the-Sea (picture by Jeremy Bartlett)

Norfolk Coast Path

We now cover the extension on the Norfolk Coast Path from Cromer to Sea Palling, giving you the opportunity to create a 63 mile walk on this beautiful coastline.

The most westerly point of the Norfolk Coast Path is the seaside town of Hunstanton. The route heads east on or near the shoreline through pine woodlands and National nature reserves towards Blakeney, also giving views of Blakeney Point which is famous for grey and common seals.

The path passes through many picturesque towns and villages, such as Morston, Cley-next-the-Sea and Salthouse, all abundant with options for refreshment, shopping and places to stay. The route finishes at the coastal town of Cromer, famous for its pier and the Cromer crab.

The baggage transfer service on this route runs west to east (Hunstanton to Cromer).

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