Weybourne beach is situated half a mile from the village of Weybourne and in years gone by was a popular haunt for smugglers. The beach is made up of small pebbles and is backed by sandy cliffs. This is not a beach for swimming as it shelves deeply but is a great for sea fishing, peace and quiet and coastal walks.
This is a rural beach so best to bring a picnic. There is a shop and pub in the nearby village.
Dogs on the Beach
Dogs are welcome all year round but if your dog loves swimming be aware that the beach is very deep and shelves away steeply.
There is a pay and display carpark next to the beach, just head down Beach Lane and take the last fork to the right.