Morston Quay nature reserve offers an extensive area of saltmarsh, vegetated shingle, dunes and grazing marsh. It is a dynamic undeveloped coastal habitat with long sand and shingle spit, fine sea views and wide open skies. It is a significant breeding area for tern colonies as well as an important site for Common and Grey seals. Boat trips available from the Quay, and sailing in the summer months. Tea room and information centre open depending on the time of year. See also Blakeney Point Seals entry.