About Stiffkey

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Stiffkey beach is tucked away behind the picturesque village of Stiffkey itself.
The beach is reached by a slightly dilapidated road which leads down to a small car park, and for the more intrepid explorers a very bumpy track which can take you further around the coast.
The Stiffkey camp site is also found down this road, and with its amazing proximity to the marshes here is usually booked up well in advance for the summer season. After parking you are greeted by a beautiful area of marshland, with a network of tiny winding paths and meandering creeks with bridges to cross, be warned though, some of these are very wobbly!
For those that manage to navigate the marshes there can be found some wonderfully secluded lagoons with sandy banks, and eventually an area of sand leading down to the sea, where if you are lucky you may be able to spot a seal or two in the water.

The village of Stiffkey has a small shop and The Red Lion pub serves excellent food. For more facilities the seaside town of Wells is not too far away, or venturing inland you can easily reach the bustling market town of Holt.