Come and find a Norfolk beach with miles and miles of wide sand, pine forests, salt marshes and mud flats, most of which is unspoilt Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it’s easy to see why artists and writers have flocked to the Norfolk Coast for years!
The North Norfolk Coast is a wonderful area for walking or cycling with a gentle undulating landscape, some of the best nature reserves in the country, pretty coastal villages, crumbling flint cottages, intriguing shops and galleries and plenty of welcoming pubs and restaurants. The Norfolk Coast is a great part of the UK coast and ideal for those Norfolk beach holidays!
Whatever takes your fancy, you will find it in North Norfolk, including picturesque villages, fascinating craft shops, beautiful beaches and miles of rural woodland. It has always been a great place to experience the great outdoors and fill your lungs with clean, fresh air – this is why resorts such as Cromer were so popular in Victorian times, when thousands would arrive by train from smog filled cities.
Today the air is just as fresh and its a great place to walk the dog or fly a kite. North Norfolk is brilliant for walkers and has paths that give some of the best views in the country- the view from the ridge of upland over the coast for example.
Inland, North Norfolk does not disappoint, with peaceful villages, wildlife and plenty of country pubs to discover. Finally, make sure you get to visit the Georgian town of Holt, a shoppers paradise, crammed full of individual galleries and shops, set out in a labyrinth of pretty yards, streets and lanes. Whatever you are looking for, North Norfolk has something just for you!
All above images courtesy of tournorfolk.co.uk