You ae likely to see seals anywhere along the Norfolk coast. If you look out to sea as you walk along the beach you may see a seal swimming parallel to the beach watching you. There are two major breeding sites in Norfolk which are the National Trust reserve at Blakeney Point and Horsey Beach where large numbers of seals come ashore to breed each year and to moult in the spring.
If you go to either of these places at breeding time remember to stay well clear of the seals. The females are protective of their young but they are also shy and if they are disturbed they will abandon their pups. The males are aggressive during the breeding season and seals can move surprisingly quickly across the sand so don’t put the seals or yourselves at risk. Seals, including small pups, have a strong bite and can do considerable damage if they bite you or your dog.
Please follow the advice on any signs and if you have a dog with you keep it on the lead and away from the seals.
There are boat trips to see the seals, some of which run all year and are a good way to see the seals without disturbing them.