Areas to explore

Delivery and collection is free within 10 miles of Wells-Next-The-Sea.

Where you choose to explore is up to you, but below are some of our favourite places.

Blakeney Creeks

The creeks and waterways around Blakeney and Morston are ideal places for exploring by Kayak or Paddleboard.

Try starting from Morston Quay and paddling East towards Blakeney. The back creek meanders through the Blakeney marshes and comes out at Blakeney Quay. A perfect place to stop for lunch!

This route can be taken any time, but is a bit easier when the tide is in.

Cromer Beach

Cromer beach: This is an excellent sandy beach for S.U.P’s and kayaking with a swell which can be good for surfing in the right weather conditions. It has the added bonus of being a guarded beach with a lifeboat team in residence. The town is home to a wealth of typical English seaside shops and amusements and after a day on the water you should definitely treat yourself to supper from No. 1, the seafront fish and chip restaurant and takeaway owned by renowned chef, Galton Blackiston.

The Norfolk Broads

The Norfolk Broads is a man-made National Park with over 125 miles of navigable lock-free waterways, and many of them are perfect for exploration by Kayak and S.U.P. You will need to purchase a short visit Toll licence. These are £7.80, valid for seven days and can be obtained online,,  or via The Broads Authority information centres in Norwich, Hoveton or Ludham. You can also purchase the tolls from various boat yards around The Broads and a full list of these can be found by visiting the website listed above. 

More info on visiting The Broads, including detailed paddle routes can be found here:

Brancaster Staithe

This a great paddle area with the opportunity to paddle out to Scolt Head Island and back again. This is a trip that takes between 2 and 3 hrs.

More experienced paddlers might like to make the longer trip from Brancaster Staithe to Burnham Overy via the creeks. 

Where not to go

West Runton Beach: This is best to be avoided as it is littered with rock pools and sharp craggy rocks.

The advice from the RNLI is to use un-guarded beaches such as Weybourne, Kelling, Salthouse and Cley with caution.