Martham, Great Yarmouth, UK, Tel: 01493 846346
Martham near Great Yarmouth is a large, pretty village. 9 miles north of Great Yarmouth, the village lies partly in the Norfolk Broads National Park and one of its boundaries is the upper reaches of the Thurne river.
Cromer Road, NR27 9AD, Tel: 01263
Located halfway between Cromer and Sheringam, this seaside village boasts a sand and pebble beach, plus the highest point in Norfolk at 328 feet above sea level. Made famous in 1995 by the excavation of an entire mammoth skeleton.
Village Centre, Mundesley, Norfolk, NR11 8, Tel:
Clifftop village harking back to a bygone age, with its sandy beach and colourful wooden beach huts.
Dersingham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 6LN, Tel:
Today, Dersingham is a growing village and it is one of the largest villages in the Borough of King's Lynn and West Norfolk. The village is situated some 9 miles from King's Lynn, 42 miles from Norwich, and 1.5 miles from Sandringham House.
Filby, Great Yarmouth, UK, Tel: 01493 846346
Filby near Great Yarmouth is a pretty village situated on the shores of Filby Broad and Ormesby Little Broad and one that has its roots back to the Vikings who settled in the area around AD800.
Churchgate Street, Southery, Norfolk, PE38 0ND, Tel:
Southery is a small village located 6 miles south of Downham Market and 11 miles north of Ely, on the edge of the Cambridge border in Norfolk on the A10 and is predominantly an arable farming community.
Happisburgh, NR12 0SA, Tel: 01692
The seaside village of Happisburgh (pronouched 'haysbro') is most famous for its red and white lighthouse; the oldest still working in East Anglia.
Repps With Bastwick, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 5JS, Tel:
Repps with Bastwick is a combination of two small villages to the north of Great Yarmouth bordering the River Thurne. Holiday accommodations, regular village events and the round towered church of St Peter attract visitors to this area.