Visit Brancaster Beach
Brancaster Beach is on the stunning Norfolk coast has miles of golden sand backed by sand dunes, the salt marsh, intertidal mud and sandflats. The beach is situated in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and popular with nature lovers and birdwatchers.
The sandy beach is perfect for picnics, sandcastle-building and when the tide goes out, leaves shallow pools of water to paddle about in. Take a stroll along the beach and look out for the 1940’s shipwreck of SS Vina which is exposed at low tide.
Brancaster beach has strong tides and the conditions are ideal for Kitesurfing, Kite buggying and windsurfing are popular here.
Stop in at The Seaside Kiosk on the seafront for refreshments and beach essentials.
Play a round at the Royal West Norfolk Golf Club between the North Sea on one side and the saltmarsh.
There is pay and display parking minutes from beach front, where there is a kiosk and toilets.
This beach is a great place to walk your dog and is dog friendly all year round with a dog free zone in the summer.
Location: Beach Rd, Brancaster, King’s Lynn, Norfolk PE31 8AX
Map of Brancaster Beach