About Heacham

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Low tide at Heacham affords some spectacular views across the flat, sandy beach. The beach itself is backed by sand dunes in places, while further down the beach is a wide promenade with a row of traditional beach huts.

Heacham is one of the main producers of Norfolk Lavender, and the nearby lavender farm, Caley Mill is well worth a visit.

The village of Heacham itself has a good variety of pubs and restaurants, as well as a tea room and a fish and chip shop. Nearby, the larger seaside town of Hunstanton has a wealth of shops as well as the local Sea Life Centre, which is well worth a visit.

Heacham has 2 beaches and a promenade that accesses Hunstanton, a great walk on a fine day or to watch the sun set over The Wash.
Heacham is mid-way between the RSPB reserves at Snettisham and Titchwell.