Situated on the east coast of England, north Norfolk has 45 miles of stunning coastline, Blue Flag beaches, big skies and breath-taking countryside.
From the unspoilt beaches at award-winning Wells-next-the-Sea, to the family friendly sands of Hunstanton and Cromer and the Blue Flag beaches in Sheringham, Mundesley and West Runton, north Norfolk's coastline offers something for everyone. Head inland to the countryside with its rich agricultural roots and you will discover market towns and villages, home to eateries, shops and artisans, as well as museums, stately homes and places of cultural and historical interest.
And as Norfolk is the driest county in the UK, it's perfect to visit all year round.
There is nowhere like North Norfolk when it comes to enjoying & exploring the outdoors
There is something for everyone. If you Nip to North Norfolk you will find beautiful beaches, the Deep History Coast, breath-taking countryside, big skies, miles of Broads National Park, enchanting forests, historical halls and land-marks. It is like nature’s playground where children and grown-ups can enjoy fun traditional pastimes to make the most of the great outdoors. Activities like crabbing, cloud spotting in the big Norfolk skies, building sandcastles, beachcombing, boating and walking are enjoyed by all generation
North Norfolk is steeped in history & heritage. With a past of prosperous landowners and rich proceeds from trade with the continent in goods like wool, many fine buildings, stately homes & churches were built in this era, and can still be explored today. With its 45 miles of coastline, north Norfolk has a rich maritime heritage which can be seen in the towns & museums.
There's a fascinating heritage to discover in north Norfolk.