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The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail is an historic and diverse long distance walking trail. Combines inland heritage and coastal beauty
The seals at Horsey on the east coast of Norfolk are a spectacular sight. This is one of the best places to watch seals and their pups during the winter months
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 on the east coast of Norfolk.
We recently moved to Cambridgeshire from the other side of the country, so we have much to explore that is a totally new experience. Explore Norfolk
We went to Horsey this week and loved having the chance to see the seals with their newborn pups. The wardens were really helpful and we loved our trip
I took a late break in Norfolk in October 2020 and decided to go and see the seals. This was my first sightseeing trip to see them and it was totally
My wife and I paid our first visit to Horsey and , “Wow,” what an experience. The car park team were so very helpful, and by chance we met two seal wardens.
Cromer UK is the quintessential Victorian seaside town with a Pier, tallest church tower in Norfolk, blue flag beach, museums, lifeboats, shops & festival
These Norfolk videos will give you a reason to visit Norfolk. With great beaches, nature reserves, stately homes and castle ruins, so much to see here.
This Houghton circular walk is an easy 4 ½ mile walk along a stretch of the Peddars Way, passing bronze age tumuli, pretty woodlands and open fields