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About the county of NorfolkThe county of Norfolk lies along the East coast of England. The Norfolk coastline, much of which is an officially designated 'area of outstanding natural beauty' is home to many wonderful seaside resorts with beautiful golden sandy beaches such as Great Yarmouth, Sheringham and Cromer. The Norfolk Broads, a series of ancient waterways renowned for it's birdlife and spectacular views are a must see. Norfolk has so much to offer from magnificent castles, historic buildings, grand stately homes and gardens to museums, steam railways and theme parks.
See our recommended Norfolk towns and villages below, along with our listed Norfolk attractions, and Norfolk hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Norfolk
Lying on the broad expanse between Hunstanton and Stiffkey Marshes, is the delightful sailing village of Burnham Overy Staithe from which there are spectacular views towards Scolt Head Island...
This is one of Norfolk's premier holiday resorts. Its main attraction is its miles of lovely golden sands backed by dunes and a broad seafront walk amongst pretty flower beds...
This is a village whose charm is equalled by its quaint name. It is ideally situated close to the beautiful Norfolk Broads in a picturesque region famed for its great pubs, restaurants and attractive shops in pretty market towns...All Norfolk towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Norfolk
No one looking at the impressive remains of this Cluniac Priory founded by William de Warenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey towards the end.....
A trip to the Norfolk Broads is to experience a little bit of paradise where the most beautiful sound, is the sound of silence......
Rising stark against the vast Norfolk skyline, the sight of Wymondham Abbey is at once both intriguing and eye-catching. It is.....All Norfolk AttractionsCastles in NorfolkNorfolk Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Random England fact:
The 'Inklings' were a group of 19 men who frequented the Eagle and Child Public House in St Giles, Oxford to discuss each others literary works, which included C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien.
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