In Norfolk you will find plenty of places to eat, drink and visit during your stay. 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 shop and helpful journey times travelling by car.
Cycling the Norfolk Broads is a great way to experience the beauty of the National Park and with its gentle terrain and quiet country lanes the Broads are suitable for cyclists of all ages and abilities. Whether you’re bringing your own bike or planning on renting one when you arrive, you’ll find a fantastic variety of routes.
Norfolk is well known for the quality of its food and drink bringing a wide range of holidaymakers to the area. Many of the county’s pubs and restaurants dish up locally sourced produce, and culinary festivals take place in various towns and villages throughout the summer months bringing some of the best British beer right to our doorstep.
Norfolk is famous for its beautiful beaches, each of which has an entirely different seaside experience just waiting for you to discover. To make sure you don’t miss out on some of the very best on offer, we’ve put together a list of some of our top sandy spots for you to visit during your stay in Nelson’s County.
There’s no better way to explore the stunning Norfolk Broads than by travelling on them, so why not find a boat that suits you and set sail for an unforgettable day out, with plenty of pubs and stops along the way. There are endless routes for you to explore with hidden delights and incredible views at every turn – no two days are ever the same.
The Broads are the perfect place to get your big (or small) Norfolk catch, with plenty of little-known spots that are gems for reeling in all kinds of interesting fish! Whether you’re out for the day, a full weeks fishing holiday or are a first-time fisher, there’s something for everyone to enjoy when fishing on The Broads.
There are over 190 miles of footpaths and nature trails within the Norfolk Broads National Park. On top of these routes there are even more miles of bridleways throughout the region, giving you an excellent choice of walks to explore during your stay. Many of the walks are divided into picturesque four to six mile circular routes.
As the Broads National Park has been a protected area for decades, the impact of human activity on Mother Nature has been minimized. This has created a fantastic environment for plants, fish, birds, insects and mammals and has provided a refuge where number of unique and rare species could flourish.