The beach at Sea Palling is sandy, partly due to the nine offshore reefs put in place as part of a flood prevention scheme. It also has Blue Flag status for the quality of its bathing water. Swimming is safe here and there is cover from the RNLI inshore service. The Norfolk Wildlife Trust (NWT) reserve at Hickling is only five miles away and both the NWT and RSPB have reserves easily reached from Sea Palling. You can walk along the beach towards Waxham and Horsey (National Trust) to catch a glimpse of seals. In short, there’s something for everyone at Sea Palling. Highly recommended.
What the beach means to Jacqueline.
A summer’s day at the beach in Sea Palling.