This area of natural beauty is well known for being the perfect breeding site for grey seals and you can see the many pups born each year by going out on a boat trip. These have been run for many years by Beans, who operate from Morston or Blakeney Quays. The area was gifted to the National Trust in 1912 and its four mile long shingle spit is home to many birds, alongside its seals. This picture also shows the iconic Lifeboat House. This picture is available in portrait or landscape.