Sea Palling

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The walk starts off by heading away from the crowds of people and into the quiet, open fields and country lanes. The route passes a rather interesting feature of an old chapel that has been converted into a house and also a small bridge over a dyke, made from an old railway sleeper.

After following the main road into the village, a little lane heads for the small church to the south-east of the village. The church tower is believed to date from AD900, making it built by the Saxons.

The last section of the walk heads down a track towards the beach. Entrance to the beach from this point is much preferred over the one in the main village as it reveals the views of the iconic sea defences slowly, complete with a spectacular North Sea panorama.

England - East England - Norfolk - Coast


Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Good for Kids, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Pub, Restaurant, Sea, Toilets, Wildlife
10/24/2021 - Paul Oakes

A short walk but still very enjoyable. The autumn sunshine was very pleasant. Instructions all good. On completion of the walk we drove to Waxham to enjoy walk 7112.

8/24/2010 - Adrian Perkins

Roy Davenport reports that he has just completed this walk and all is OK. Thanks for this Roy. August 2010. Adrian (Admin)

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