This is the name for the harbour itself and its surrounds. Fishing boats and children ‘gillying’ (crabbing) guarantee always something to see plus there’s The Albatross, a North Sea clipper, to explore. Real ale and Dutch pancakes anyone?
The east end of the Quay is home to the iconic Granary building c. 1903, its overhead gantry was designed to load grain onto big ships.
Why not take a Wells harbour tour aboard the Wells Ferry, departing daily on the tide from the main pontoon opposite Wells harbour office.