With long sandy beaches, an abundance of wildlife and lots of great pub pit-stops, north Norfolk makes for a great hiking location.

And it seems one particular trail is on the right track after being named one of the best winter walks in the UK.

The trek from Blakney to Wells-next-the-Sea is among seven which have been named in the list, which property company David Wilson Homes compiled.

Along nearly eight miles of pristine coastline, the route goes through the village of Blakeney and the nearby nature reserve, offering ample opportunity to go seal spotting or peer through binoculars to find rare birds.

The walk takes about five hours to complete and there are plenty of places to stop for a cup of tea or a bite to eat along the way.

Other walks in the list include St Ives to Zennor in Cornwall and Loch Morlich in the Scottish Highlands.

The list was decided after the company scoured the country and talked to its regional managers to find the best winter walks.