Holme Dunes Nature Reserve (Norfolk) Reviews
Description:Holme Nature Reserve, Beach Road, Holme next Sea, Norfolk.
Newest Review: ... the dunes and visitors are asked to stay on the paths in order to minimise any disturbance to the wildlife. The dunes support many species of insects, but what you cannot miss as you walk along are the number of butterflies there are. Apparently there are 16 different breeds of butterfly in the nature reserve and many appear very unusual. As for the plant life, if you are there in July or ... more
Customer Holme Dunes Nature Reserve (Norfolk) Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/01/01, updated on 09/01/01 (Very useful, 182 readings)
The wonder of this nature reserve is the abundance of wildlife and plant life that there is on this beautiful part of the Norfolk coast. Holme is a small village that is a few miles to the south of Hunstanton in Norfolk. The Holme Nature Reserve is managed by The Norfolk Naturalists Trust who have a visitor centre in a large converted house at the far end of the reserve. From the village of Holme you can either drive along a single track road to the end of the reserve or walk along the coastal path across the dunes. If you do drive there are a number of parking areas along the road where you have access to the dunes and the beach. However, I would recommend the ... Read the complete review
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