There are numerous Norfolk gems to discover, but a visit to Horsey Gap should be top of your list. Horsey Beach is one of the many un-spoilt and wonderfully quiet sandy Norfolk beaches on the east coast. But this beach isn’t just any beach. It has the added attraction of being a unique place to come and watch the seals.
The seals at Horsey usually start to have their pups in late October/early November and carry on until early February. However, if you aren’t in Norfolk in the winter months, don’t panic! Watching the seals in Norfolk is an all year-round activity. In the summer months it’s mainly on the North Norfolk coast. Take a drive up to Blakeney Point and take a boat trip from one of the boat companies which motor up the creek and out to the spit, giving you fantastic views of the seals on the beach.