A day out at Wells Next To Sea. Situated on the North Norfolk Coast, Wells Next to Sea is a post card perfect harbour town which has more on offer than just a stunning Norfolk Beach. A day out at Well Next to Sea will have every member of the family wanting to come back.

 

Wells Harbour Railway

Start of your day out at Wells Next to Sea by hopping on the famous miniature train that will take you from the Harbour to Pinewoods Holiday Park just near the beach. Children and adults of all ages will fall in love with its charm.

 

Beach

Once you have hopped off the train, continue your day out at Wells Next To Sea by taking a walk through the glorious pine woods which are situated along the edge of the sandy unspoilt beach. Try your hand at one of the popular water sports here, or just relax with a picnic on the sandy shores. For the younger ones, don’t forget to check out the adventure play ship near the train station on your way back!

 

Playland

If the little ones are looking to burn off some energy and a morning running about on the beach wasn’t enough on your day out at Wells Next to Sea then visit Playland, a soft play centre where you can sit down and grab a well-deserved hot drink! You will also find your traditional sea side amusements nearby as well.

 

Shops

You won’t find a popular chain shop but you will find a host of local and bespoke shops where you are likely to find a gem or two to take away from your day out at Wells Next to Sea.

 

Harbour

What better way to end your day out at Wells Next to Sea than trying your hand at a spot of crabbing on the edge of the picturesque harbour. Take in the wonderment of the small sailboats bobbing on the shore.

Why not grab some fish and chips and eat them as the sun sets? It will be a memory you will treasure forever. Don’t forget your camera to capture the moment on your day out at Wells Next to Sea.

 

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