The North Norfolk Coast
breath-taking scenery and miles of glorious beaches.
North Norfolk has 45 miles of stunning coastline, Blue Flag beaches, the Deep History Coast and breath-taking countryside.
The North Norfolk Coast, renowned for its breath-taking scenery and miles of glorious beaches. A hot spot for any bird watcher or walker with beautiful coastline and an abundance of wildlife. From the picturesque town of Sheringham to the delights of seaside towns such as Hunstanton and Cromer there’s really something for everyone.
Cromer, a family seaside resort which has the world’s last standing end-of-pier theatre and is traditionally known for a tradition known as ‘crabbing’.
Hunstanton, with exceptional scenery and fun for all the family. It’s nicknamed ‘Sunny Hunny’, you can find sun, sea, shells and shops!
Sheringham, a traditional seaside town with an old fishing heritage. Be sure to also take a visit to Sheringham Park, with landscaped gardens and woods to explore it’s what park adventures are all about.
Wells-next-the-Sea, beautiful beaches lined with over 200 wonderful coloured beach huts. This stunning coastline is consistently voted the best beach in Britain.
Holkham, a long and loving landscape, well known for its rolling countryside and the elegant stately manor known as Holkham hall. Rich in history and architecture a visit here is sure to charm you.
Other delights around North Norfolk include the North Norfolk Railway. Known as the ‘Poppy Line’ you step on board the train at Sheringham and end up in the Georgian market town of Holt.
To end your tour of the North Norfolk Coast why not take a boat ride to the National Nature Reserve named Blakeney Point. Home to England’s largest grey seal colony in Norfolk, there are over 3000 seal pups born here every winter. A real favourite Norfolk pastime.
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