Norfolk has nearly 100 miles of unspoilt coastline, with 280 square miles designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The famous Norfolk Broads are among the most important wetlands in Europe, and are a haven for rare birds, plants and insects. You can explore these unique wetlands on a Broads Tours river trip or self-drive dayboat, or stay longer as part of a relaxing boating holiday.
While Norfolk is the fifth largest county in England, you’ll never be more than an hour from the coast where you can enjoy miles of sandy beaches and all forms of watersports, from sea fishing to windsurfing.
The Norfolk Trails network brings together more than 1,200 miles of walks and cycle routes throughout the county, ranging from nine miles to 78 miles with a choice of shorter walks, circular routes and long distance trails.
Other Norfolk highlights include the Bure Valley Railway – the county’s longest narrow gauge heritage railway running through 9 miles of beautiful countryside – and Amazona Zoo, which was award the 2015 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
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