We are extremely lucky to share our beach at Horsey with a colony of grey seals. You are able to watch the seals all year round, however, during the months of late October to February the seals have their pups, which is a sight to see.

Grey seals are one of the largest mammals and around half the worlds population are found in Britain. So the Horsey colony is therefore one of the best sights in the world to see seal pups.

This stretch of east coast is part of the Norfolk Coast area of outstanding natural beauty and is well known for its scenery and wildlife.

Horsey gap has a car park with a cafe during the summer months. You are also able to access Horsey Beach via a lovely country bridle path from the village, this is much quieter than Horsey gap, so there tend to be more seals.

Please be aware that there are restrictions on the beaches when viewing the seals