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Horsey Windpump circular coastal walk in East Norfolk is a very varied flat easy walk taking in reed beds, dunes and beach, seals in winter, WWII pill box, and the mere.
RSPB Snettisham provides all-year round spectacular bird watching. The incoming tide brings the most impressive wader and pink footed geese displays you will see in Norfolk and UK
Seals in Norfolk are a real Wow Factor. Find the best places to see the Common and Grey seals and their pups, the best times to visit the seals on the Norfolk coast and whether by boat or foot
Norfolk in winter is a fun time of year. Watching the seals and their pups, taking a bracing walk, doing a little bit of Christmas shopping at one of the festive markets or enjoying a pantomime
The Norfolk Coast Path is one of the most beautiful National Trails in UK. From Hunstanton to Sea Palling, the breath taking landscape and amazing wildlife makes this route an excellent walking option
Many Norfolk beaches stretch for miles, with vast expanse of sand and sky line. Others are perfect for bird watching or dog walking, some are pleasure beaches with piers. Which one will suit you?
The Norfolk Broads are man-made peat holes and provided transport from Norwich to Gt Yarmouth. Now it’s visited for its nature reserves and boating holidays.
Holme dunes coastal walk is on the Norfolk Coast Path and Peddars Way and ventures into the National Nature Reserve. An enjoyable walk, due to the wilderness of the sand dunes and easy board walk
Sheringham beach is fantastic when the tide is out. Lying on the North Norfolk coast to the west of Cromer, it boasts a clean beach, rock pools, promenade, independent eateries and a lifeboat station
These Felbrigg Hall walks are fantastic for whiling away an hour or two. A wood planted in the shape of a V, an ancient ice house, an extraordinary church interior and a beautiful lake