Cart Gap, Norfolk

Cart Gap tide times



May 2024

Cart Gap tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sat18
11:371.6m
23:551.0m
05:152.9m
16:192.9m
Sun19
12:211.4m
06:013.0m
17:133.0m
Mon20
00:370.9m
12:581.3m
06:353.0m
18:003.0m
Tue21
01:140.9m
13:321.2m
07:033.1m
18:433.1m
Wed22
01:490.9m
14:071.1m
07:293.1m
19:243.1m
Thu23
02:230.9m
14:441.0m
07:583.2m
20:053.1m
Fri24
02:580.9m
15:220.9m
08:303.2m
20:463.1m


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Things to see and do near Cart Gap

If you're planning a visit to Cart Gap, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Visit Happisburgh Lighthouse – With its distinctive red and white stripes, the iconic Happisburgh Lighthouse is the oldest working lighthouse in East Anglia. Dating from 1791, the lighthouse offers visitors the chance to explore the history of the area and the work of the lighthouse keepers, as well as stunning views of the coastline.
  • Explore Happisburgh Beach – People flock to Happisburgh Beach for the wide expanse of golden sand and stunning views. Enjoy a walk along the shore, take a dip in the sea, or take a picnic and watch the sunset.
  • Discover Happisburgh Heritage Coast – The Heritage Coast stretches from Cromer in the north to Great Yarmouth in the south, offering a wealth of stunning scenery and wildlife. Explore the area on foot, by bike, or by boat, and take in the breathtaking views of the North Sea.
  • Visit Happisburgh Common – A Site of Special Scientific Interest, Happisburgh Common is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Common's trails, and keep an eye out for the local wildlife.
  • Visit East Ruston Gardens – A beautiful, 32 acre modern garden with herbaceous borders, gravel gardens, sub-tropical gardens, a box parterre, sunken rose garden, Mediterranean garden, Desert Wash and a large woodland garden.
  • Go Birdwatching at Cley Marshes – Cley Marshes is a birdwatching paradise, home to a wide variety of wetland birds. From bitterns to avocets, it's a wonderful spot for birdwatchers of all levels.
  • Bird Watching – Wildlife is abundant in the area, with many species of birds and other wildlife. With binoculars, visitors can spot seabirds, wading birds, and even rare birds.
  • Beach Walks – There are many beaches in the area, ranging from secluded spots to popular tourist destinations. Beach walks are a great way to explore the area, while taking in the sights and sounds of the sea.
  • Horse Riding – Horse riding is popular in the area, with many nearby stables offering rides along the beach or through the dunes.
  • Fishing – Fishing is a popular activity in the area, with some of the best fishing spots in the United Kingdom. Fishing charters are available for both freshwater and saltwater fishing.
  • Cycling – Cycling is a great way to explore the area, with many bike trails and routes winding through the countryside and along the coast.
  • Blakeney Point* – Blakeney Point is a National Nature Reserve, with plenty of wildlife to spot, including seals, dolphins, and birds.
  • Boat Tours – Boat tours are available around the area, allowing visitors to take in the stunning views of the coastline.
  • Wells-next-the-Sea – Wells-next-the-Sea is a nearby town with a charming harbour, as well as plenty of shops, restaurants, and pubs.
  • Sheringham Park – Sheringham Park is a National Trust property, with beautiful gardens, woodlands, and plenty of wildlife.
  • Cley Marshes Nature Reserve – Cley Marshes Nature Reserve is a popular destination for birdwatchers, with plenty of wildlife to spot.
  • Cromer Pier – Cromer Pier is a popular tourist attraction, with a theatre, amusements, and eateries.

There are many things to see and do near Cart Gap. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!