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Although Morston doesn't have a beach as such, there is a bustling quay with plenty of moorings for local boating enthusiasts.
The quay also acts as a departure point for the popular seal trips out to view the seals on Blakeney Point. It is also possible to get a boat from here to Blakeney Point itself, which is one of the most remote and secluded beaches in Norfolk.
The Morston car park has a cafe, and is a good point to set off on walks, either East to Blakeney, or West to the Freshes creek. The village of Morston itself is small, but there is a gallery here and the nearby Morston Hall has a highly recommended restaurant.