Norfolk on the mid-east coast of England is a great holiday or short break destination, offering more of a rural getaway rather than a city break.
If you rent a caravan in Norfolk you should include a trip to Great Yarmouth for a day of family fun and a night of bright colourful lights. This county is also home to the Norfolk Broads, the navigable waterways of tranquillity and relaxation, where you can hire a cabin cruiser or yacht.
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Beaches, sand dunes and pine forests
Visit the various sandy beaches at Cromer, Sheringham and Holkham Bay where you will find a huge beach with sand dunes edged by pine forests, which offers miles of wonderful walking. Brancaster beach is one of Norfolk’s most stunning coastlines where, if you are lucky, you will see the seals basking at the water’s edge.
Pleasure Beach in Great Yarmouth
A fun filled day can be had by all the family at The Pleasure Beach in Great Yarmouth, where you can experience the older type rides too, like the roller coaster and the waltzer. Or take a trip to the Model Village at Merrivale, with its miniature buildings, trains, interactive buttons to keep the children occupied and a pleasant tea room offering home-made cakes will round off your visit.
Norfolk is possibly most famous for its man-made Broads, the third largest inland navigable waterway, 125 miles in length. This area is also Britain’s largest protected area of wetland where you will find rare examples of wildlife and plants – remember to bring your binoculars. There are pretty villages and towns surrounded by marshes and farmland to explore. On the Broads you can enjoy many water sport activities including sailing, windsurfing, fishing and canoeing.
Norwich and Kings Lynn
Visit the towns of Norwich and Kings Lynn both of which provide great shopping opportunities, nightlife and entertainment. Do not miss out on a viewing at Norwich Cathedral which is over 900 years old; its magnificent architecture is awe inspiring and remember to look out for the gargoyles on the ceiling in the cloisters.
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