Morston has no beach as such but is a popular place for boating enthusiasts, who sail the local waters from the quay.
A puzzle of creeks and pools of salt marsh make up Morston Marsh under the care of the National Trust and the Long Distance Norfolk Coastal Path runs along side part of this marsh.
By the quay there is a very large car park with toilets and a small seasonal tea-room shop where you can usually get a seafood sandwich and other light refreshments. There is also a watchtower, which you can climb and gives you a good view of the surrounding area.
Seal trips out to Blakeney Point to see the large colony of Common and Grey Seals start from Morston quay and can be booked in the village. The village has a local pub The Anchor Inn, which serves good food and a local hotel with an excellent restaurant. For shops visit nearby Blakeney, which has a fine deli along with a small number of other shops, restaurants and inns.