Blakeney is on the North Norfolk Coast in between Sheringham and Wells next the Sea. This picturesque village lined with traditional white-washed houses, flint cottages and a medieval church are a pleasure to walk round, before sitting by the quayside and taking in the views of the salt marshes behind the creek that allows boats and yachts inland to moor-up in the harbour.
Blakeney Point and Scolt Head Island have been Nature Reserves since 1920s and is managed by the National Trust.
This area of stunning natural beauty and the variety of visiting migratory birds that nest on these large sand banks attracts thousands of visitors; bird watchers, nature lovers and holidaying families each year. Over 270 species of birds have been recorded here, noticeable the Common and Arctic Tern return to nest and breed here every year.
The sand banks attract Common and Grey Seals all year round and they can be seen swimming in the waters around the visiting boats or lounging on the sand banks. The Point is closed during the breeding season; Common Seal pups are born here between June and August and Grey Seal pups between October and December
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