Holidays in Norfolk

If your idea of the perfect escape from it all is one with plenty of wide open spaces to inspire you to get active and explore, then Norfolk offers just the setting. There’s a different Norfolk to suit every kind of visitor, thanks to the beauty of the Norfolk Broads, a coastline that has visitors reaching for their flip flops and enough bustling market towns in the south of the county to keep even the most avid shopper busy.

Even if you’ve yet to visit the county, the chances are you’ve heard of the Broads, and as the largest protected wetland in the whole of Britain and the proud owner of National Park status, you’ll find some of the UK’s rarest plants and wildlife within its landscape. The Broads attracts more than 7 million visitors each year, and whether you hire a boat and sight see from the water or get on your bike, a visit’s a peaceful way to experience Norfolk in all its unspoiled, outdoorsy glory.

Experience Norfolk’s cosmopolitan side with a day in the elegant cathedral city of Norwich. As the regional capital, the city plays hosts to a whole range of events throughout the year, and it’s even a UNESCO City of Literature don’t you know. In fact, it’s always an idea to check what’s on in the city before planning your Norfolk holiday, as it hosts festivals for foodies, art lovers and everyone in between.

Now we’ll let you in on a little secret, the county’s north coast is so beautiful that it’s a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and it’s a rambler’s dream. Down in the south of the county, market towns dot pretty countryside, and no matter which one you visit you can expect a warm welcome and plenty to see and do.

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