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Snettisham Spectacular is birding at its best. This wader spectacular is pure magic, an unbelievable sight and one of the top UK bird watching “must-see’s”
Thetford was once one of the most important towns in England. Discover why it’s still worth a visit.
The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail is an historic and diverse long distance walking trail. Combines inland heritage and coastal beauty
Gorleston beach stretches for 3 wonderful sandy miles. Just down the coast from Great Yarmouth beach lies this quieter, sandier beach
Hunstanton UK is one of the premier tourist spots in Norfolk. Loved for its attractions, independent shops, theatre, dog friendly beaches, golf course, history
Happisburgh Lighthouse is one of the most recognised lighthouses in the UK with its red and white stripes. Climb to the top on an Open Day!
Snettisham Beach is more than a shingle beach. It’s also a hive of activity for nature lovers, backing on to the Coastal Park with reedbeds, heath and marsh
Best dog friendly beaches in Norfolk. Here you'll find the most comprehensive guide to dog friendly beaches on the Norfolk coast
Winterton Beach is a vast expanse of soft sand, backed onto by the Dunes National Nature Reserve. A pleasant, quiet, family and dog friendly beach
Sculthorpe Moor is a haven for bird watchers. Managed by the Hawk and Owl Trust, this small nature reserve is designed with the visitor and conservation in mind