Weybourne is an old fishing village with a rich history and plenty to see and do. It’s a stopping point on the North Norfolk Railway, as well as hosting the well-known Muckleburgh Collection. The beach is shingle on the upper reaches and sandy at low tide, with the eastern aspect at the start of the cliffs that run down to Happisburgh. Like Cley-Next-The-Sea and Salthouse to the west, the beach is popular with sea anglers. The village is picturesque, with a fine 15th century church and the ruins of an Augustinian priory. The windmill landmark guides you to the village and there is outstanding scenery and wildlife to enjoy at nearby Muckleburgh Hill and Kelling Heath. The beach should be approached from the village, via Beach Road, rather than through the Muckleburgh Collection’s land.
Derek’s eulogy to the beach.
The beautiful setting and backdrop at Weybourne beach.