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Lovely seaside resort and pretty beach. Lots of interesting shops in the town.
The pretty harbour town of Wells-next-the-Sea, was once one of the great ports of Eastern England in Tudor times. Today it's used for sailing and crabbing boats. The town has a mix of traditional and contemporary shops on Staithe Street. Just on the outskirts, you'll find a light railway which…
A bustling coastal town with interesting individual shops, cafes restaurants and excellent fish and chips. Close to the award winning golden sandy beach which ends at Holkham. Great for crabbing on the quay, sunbathing, kite flying, miniature train and long beach walks
Wells-next-the Sea is the runaway winner of the first Sunday Times "Beach of the Year" award. It's a delightful unspoilt historic town on the North Norfolk Coast with a jumble of old buildings and lanes still existing from its heritage as a port and former maltings industry. The picturesque quay and…