The village still continues to embrace its fishing history with local fishermen growing mussels and oysters on beds out of the harbour. Brancaster Staithe is also big on sailing.
Sunset Norfolk tapas on the terrace at The White Horse. Learning something new on one of the many courses at the Brancaster Millennium Activity Centre. Courses include photography, oil painting, botanical illustrations and cooking. All the fresh fish you could ask for at The Fish Shed. Exploring Scolt Head Island and it’s creeks and wildlife with Branta Cruises. Delicious seafood filled baguettes from Letzers Crab Hut on the harbour. Sailing in the beautiful natural harbour. Bagging a big catch yourself on fishing trip from Staithe with Norfolk Fishing Trips. Pizzas and play area at the family friendly The Jolly Sailors. The panoramic view from Barrow Common.
Did you know?
It is said that Lord Nelson learned to sail as a child in the creeks of the Staithe.
Coasthopper bus stops
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