Explore Norfolk and discover a county with more than 90 miles of stunning coast, beautiful countryside, forest, heath and fens, the unique Broads National Park, seaside resorts of Great Yarmouth, Cromer and Hunstanton, and the historic, vibrant city of Norwich.
There are few counties in the country that are as diverse as Norfolk, with so many different personalities.
Looking for places to visit in Norwich, Norfolk & the surrounding areas? At the hub of it all is a thriving modern city with a magnificent cathedral and cherished medieval heritage.
Beyond Norwich there are well-preserved market towns and picturesque villages, from Georgian splendour to thatch and flint; an ancient landscape of cultivated arable fields and farms, grazing and pastureland, punctuated by the unique man-made Broads National Park, the rolling countryside of south Norfolk, the sandy pine forests and heathlands of the Brecks and the wilderness wetlands of the Fens close to King’s Lynn and The Wash.
You’ll soon notice the varying pace of life, from relaxed coastal villages that were once prosperous ports to the bustling metropolis.
Places to go in Norfolk include a delightful 93 miles of coast, much of it designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, topped and tailed by the seaside charms of Hunstanton and Great Yarmouth.
In between you’ll discover the pine-fringed beaches and salt marshes of north Norfolk and the marram grass and dunes of the east.