A wonderful stretch of Golden Sand. Enchanting beach huts, sand dunes and pinewoods.
Relax to music and have a drink on the Albatross the tall sailing largeship on the Quay . Often some good bands playing so do go along. The view of the harbour is fantanstic and so is the beer.
Holkham is a large stately home with extensive grounds and a deer park, it is very close to Wells. You can walk or cycle around the park. There is a large house, tearooms and an adventure playpark set in the woods. The playpark was free last time I was there.
Take a Boat trip from Morston Quay to Blakney point to see the seals. It is a great trip enjoyable for adults and children alike. After your trip have lunch in the Anchor at Morston.
A narrow guage steam train will take you from Wells to Walsingham. Walshingham is an ancient medieval town , wonderfully preserved. A great place to explore. It is like going back in time.
Yes, you can go on an alpaca trek! walk alpacas along the bridleways at Wells-next-the-Sea
Bikes can be hired at Wells bike hire and Holkham hall. Use bikes to get around and see the sleepy Norfolk villages and explore the region.
There are lots of good pubs in Wells and surrounding villages, try The Crown Inn Wells, The Bowling Green Wells, Wells Crab House,
The Victoria at Holkham ,The Red Lion at Stiffkey,The Chequers at Binham
Cookies crab house at Salt house for seafood, very basic, bring your own wine and alfresco eating.