Blakeney National Nature Reserve

Blakeney Point

A shingle spit west of Cley owned by the National Trust, comprising vegetated shingle, saltmarsh and sand dunes. It is a 3½ mile walk from Cley Beach car-park to the Point or it can be accessed by boat from Morston Quay at high tide. Read More

Blakeney Harbour

An area of tidal saltmarsh and open water enclosed by the Point. Read More

Morston Quay

Situated to the north of Morston village off the A149, the National Trust information centre is situated here together with a large National Trust run car-park (free for NT members). Boat trips run from here to see the seals and terns on Blakeney Point.  Read More

Blakeney Quay

Situated to the north of Blakeney village off the A149. Another large National Trust car-park (free for NT members) gives access to the Harbour, the Coast Path and Blakeney Freshes. Read More

Blakeney Freshmarsh and Friary Hills

Also known as The Freshes or Blakeney Grazing Marsh (GM) this is an area of marsh east of Blakeney Quay enclosed by the sea wall and the Norfolk Coast Path. Read More