Although not directly accessible from Blakeney village; Blakeney Point is the focal point for the Nature Reserve, an impressive 4 mile long stretch of coastline encompassing a fantastic spectrum of wildlife, varying landscapes, a sand and shingle spit, salt marshes, sand dunes and a range of plant life.
The serene Blakeney Quay and village belies its busy industrial history that is now difficult to imagine.
The quay area has now become a great place to learn to catch the local crabs and to launch sailing and pleasure craft.
The Friary Hills offer an ideal location to have a short walk in a dog free zone.
Look out for
- Blakeney Chapel, an archaeological site and the Blakeney Freshes
- Panoramic views of Blakeney National Nature Reserve from Friary Hills
- The array and abundant flora and fauna
- Follow our blog on the work and wildlife on Blakeney Point and the Norfolk Coast