Norfolk Beaches

Norfolk Beaches

Whether you’re planning a staycation or a day trip with the kids. Use our coastal holiday guide to discover beautiful Norfolk beaches.

Find your favourite Norfolk Beaches

With miles of beautiful unspoilt coastline Norfolk beaches draw nature lovers and holidaymakers all year round. There are beaches with miles of golden sand as well as family friendly traditional seaside resorts and Blue Flag award winning beaches. So if you are looking for secluded beaches in Norfolk, natural coastlines or family fun, this part of the coast has it all.

The Norfolk coast is one of the best places in the country to see wading and migrating birds and colonies of seals in their natural habitat. Seal watching in Norfolk is an amazing experience and there are boat trips taking visitors to see both Common Seals and Grey Seals. Breeding season for Common seals is between June and August, and Grey seals between November and January.

Norfolk Beaches A – Z

Come and explore the stunning Norfolk coastline, where miles of unspoilt beaches await you! From The Wash to Great Yarmouth, see the full list of beaches in Norfolk in alphabetical order.

Coastal Events

Events and Festivals

Coastal events in Norfolk for your diary

  • Food Festivals
  • Sailing
  • Sporting Events

Cromer Crab, Glorious Sunsets

Norfolk is famous for its crab and wonderful beaches.

Explore other areas with our UK Beach Guide

Explore the miles of UK coastline with popular seaside destinations, coastal walks and water sports. Stop off at a beach for the day or walk or cycle the Coastal Trail.


The Norfolk coast has miles of beautiful unspoilt coastline drawing nature lovers and birdwatchers all year round as well as popular traditional seaside resorts


Suffolk beaches offer visitors a choice of coastline from natural beaches designated “area of outstanding beauty” to family friendly seaside towns.


The beaches in Essex are often known for popular seaside resorts and family fun, but there is more to see along the the Sunshine Coast.