Key information: Anna's Walk
A leisurely 5 miles walk on the beautiful North Norfolk coast around the village Thornham and sands of Holme Dunes.
- Walkopedia rating85
- Natural interest14
- Human interest13
- Negative points0
- Total rating85
- Length: 5 miles
- Level of Difficulty: Moderate
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Walkopedia friend Jonathan Barber says:
Anna’s walk is a leisurely 5 miles walk on the beautiful North Norfolk coast around the village Thornham and sands of Holme Dunes, which takes in Holme Dunes beach, one of England’s most wild and unspoilt beaches and home to Seahenge, as well as lovely countryside, salt marshes and one of Norfolk’s more remote sandy beaches at Holme Dunes.
This is comfortable walking that should take around 2 hours but may take longer if you linger at any of the lovely places you pass on the way.
You will pass The Norfolk Wildlife Trust and cafe in the pine trees by the beach also see the Old Harbour at Thornham. The well-known and ancient taverns of the Lifeboat and Orange Tree are along the route as well as the Thornham Deli. Directions are from Anna’s House on the High Street at Thornham.
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