Over 1000 seal pups
born this season.
Photographs are available to purchase from Paul Macro Landscapes website here
New parking charges from 25th November 2015
Upto 2 Hours £3.00
Upto 3 Hours £4.00
over 3 Hours/All day £5.00
Overflow parking when open £3.00 all day.
Horsey Beach is one of many unspoilt and quiet sandy beaches on the Norfolk coast.
However, it isn’t just any beach, it's home to a colony of hundreds of grey seals during the winter months through the season from November to the beginning of the Spring and is something truly magical to witness. You should not to miss them if you are in the area, these wonderful animals fill the whole beach!
This beach is lovely for getting away from the crowds and conventional seaside attractions with its desolate feel. There is ample pay and display parking at the beach. This year through the pupping season, when possible there will be public toilets sited at Horsey Gap car park.
Although great for seal watching, it’s a lovely beach to enjoy in the summer too. Bring a picnic and frolic in the sea, or just lie and relax on the beautiful soft sand. Unwind on a beach that never gets too crowded.
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Average for males 207cm; females 180cm; flippers about 25cm.
Males 233kg; Females 155kg.
born this season.
Enjoy our marvelous collection of photos of the grey seal colony at their winter home here in Norfolk.
As well as our wonderous animals at this spectacular North Norfolk coastline location, there are lots of other great local attractions for you to enjoy.
When you get away from the hussle and bustle of city life you know you're going to find some great rural and traditional eateries where the pace of life is much more relaxed.
Sleep on land or water courtesy of the Norfok Broads National Park, Norfolk has accommodation for all tastes and budgets.