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Just to the north of the charming, archetypal English village of Weybourne is Weybourne beach. The steeply shelving pebble beach at Weybourne was said to once be the haunt of smugglers as it was easy to land large boats full of contraband here. These days you are more likely to see fishermen than smugglers.
Whilst the shingle bank may be ideal for angling it is not so good for swimming as it gets deep quickly.
This dog friendly beach is fairly easy to get to and has a good-sized car park behind the beach.