A few colorful beach huts at the beach of Wells-next-the-Sea in Norfolk, England.


Wells-next-the-Sea is a little port town on the northern coast of Norfolk. It was a prominent port in the 16th century and produced a third of England's malt exports in 1750. The small town is well-known for its stunning beach, which is subject to constantly shifting tides and is lined with colourful beach huts.