Norfolk Towns and Villages
Explore what Norfolk has to offer with a variety of Towns and Villages located in the Broads National Park
Norfolk offers a wide range of beautiful towns and villages ideal with plenty to see on land and on the water. All these historic towns and quaint villages are all easily accessible by car and boat.
Below we have put together some information on each of the major towns and villages within Norfolk, including the attractions you can find there, places to eat and helpful journey times travelling by car.
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Acle is situated on the River Bure half way between Potter Heigham and Great Yarmouth. The village originally grew as a fishing village as in Saxon times all of the land between Great Yarmouth and Acle was below sea level.
With its period buildings, local shops and community feel, the pretty market town of Aylsham exudes old world charm as well as modern world style, it will make a great base for your trip to the Norfolk Broads.
One of the country’s favourite seaside resorts, Great Yarmouth boasts miles of sandy beaches, a great choice of family-friendly entertainment options and many cultural and historic attractions. Located at the end of the River Bure.
Running along the banks of the River Bure, the picturesque village of Horning is popular with visitors and locals alike. Situated between Hoveton and Ludham on the A1062 you will be perfectly located to explore everything the Broads has to offer.
North Walsham is a market town and civil parish in Norfolk, the market place houses a 16th century cross with clock, the focal point of the town, today a market runs on Thursdays and the rest of the town has plenty of shops.
Norwich is a fusion of a modern and historic town, offering wonderful sights and attractions that won’t disappoint. The high streets are open six days a week offering a paradise for shopper’s with two shopping centres.
Ormesby is a small village and civil parish in the English county of Norfolk and is at the furthest edge of the unique Trinity Broads. Situated between Ormesby Broad to the North and Ormesby Little Broad to the south.
The pretty Broadland village of Potter Heigham is situated in the heart of the Broads National Park on the banks of the River Thurne. The village can easily be accessed from the A47.
Stalham is a market town and civil parish on the River Ant in the county of Norfolk. Stalham is a popular place for visitors and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book and home to a number of historic sights and a great choice of walking routes.
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