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Seahenge, a Bronze Age discovery in 1988 on Holme Beach, North Norfolk, was one of the most controversial subjects the county has come across in recent years.
This Hunstanton circular walk takes you along a stretch of the Norfolk Coast Path, onto Holme Dunes and back along the River Hun and the golf course
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!
Here are the best Norfolk beaches for all those things you want to know: the top beaches for dogs, walks, shells, families, swimming and towns
Cromer Lighthouse circular walk is a fantastic beach, cliff and heathland walk on the Norfolk Coast with breath-taking views over this beautiful part of Norfolk
Norfolk Coat B & B Cottages & Camping comprises a dog friendly campsite, 3 B&B’s, a self-catering converted barn, overlooking fields, 2 min walk to the beach
This is Horsey beach in August 2019, Seals Seals Seals!!!. Such a wonderful sight. Nature at its best. These were taken in the summer of 2019 so shows
Horsey Gap is a gorgeous, sandy beach in a quiet village. The seals are on this beach all year round, but between the cooler months of November and February
Best dog friendly beaches in Norfolk. Here you'll find the most comprehensive guide to dog friendly beaches on the Norfolk coast
Cley beach is best known for being a shingle beach, very good for shore fishing, walking and bordering one of the best bird watching reserves in the UK