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The village of Tilney All Saints lies 6 miles south east of King’s Lynn and is easily accessible form the A17 and A47.

Tilney All Saints, Norfolk, PE34 4SW

tel: 01553 763044

 

Cycle Route: Ecotech Centre-Swaffham Town Centre-The Brecks-Cockley Cley-Gooderstone-Oxborough-Eastmoor-Beachamwell-Drymere

  • Access: Day ride, easy, circular; on roads.
  • Miles: 20

Turbine Way, Swaffham, Norfolk, PE37 7HT

 

Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen is 8 miles south of King’s Lynn. The village sits beside the west bank of the River Great Ouse.

Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen, Norfolk, PE34 3DG

tel: 01553 763044

 

A challenging off-road ride. There are easy sections, but others that are bumpy and some that involve moderate climbs.

Traffic-free, NR27 9EL

tel: 01328 850530

 

The pretty little village of Holme-next-the-Sea is on the stunning Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 6LH

tel: 01553 774297

 

Denver is a charming village about 1 miles south of Downham Market. Situated on the edge of the Fens, the village gently descends on the flat Fens toward Denver Sluice.

Denver Village, Norfolk, PE38 0DF

tel: 01553 763044

 

The Fen Rivers Way, a long distance path running for nearly 80kms (50 miles) between the historic settlements of Cambridge and King's Lynn, traces the course of rivers that drain slowly across the Fens into the Wash.

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 5DT

 

Docking is a pretty village in the north western corner of Norfolk which can trace its origins back to Roman times.

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 8NG

tel: 01553 774297

 

Heacham started to become popular as a seaside resort with the Victorians due to the opening of the railway line between King’s Lynn and Hunstanton in the early 1860s.

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 7BD

tel: 01485 532610

 

This is a walking Murder Mystery Trail.

Castle Acre, Norfolk, -

tel: 01872263692

 

Dating back to the 12th C. the market town of King's Lynn was once one of England's most important ports.

Town Centre, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1HP

 

Ringsted (Great Ringsted) is a small village situated just 3 miles inland from Hunstanton. The village offers an excellent village store, the Gin Trap Inn and is close to Ringsted Downs, a large area of chalk grasslands.

Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 5JU

tel: 01553 774297

 

The village of Castle Acre lies on the River Nar, 15 miles east of King’s Lynn. It is best known today for the twin ruins of Castle Acre Castle and Castle Acre Priory

Castle Acre, Norfolk, PE32 2XD

tel: 01553 763044

 

The village of West Acre lies 12 miles east of King’s Lynn on the north side of the River Nar in a heavily wooded valley.

West Acre, Norfolk, PE32 1TR

tel: 01553 763044

 

One of the largest villages in West Norfolk, Dersingham is 9 miles north of King's Lynn.

Dersingham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 6LN

tel: 01553 774297

 

Now a popular sailing centre surrounded by atmospheric coastline, Brancaster Staithe was once a Roman town and thriving port.

Main Road, Brancaster Staithe, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 8BW

tel: 01485 201256

 

The Nar Valley Way is a 34 miles long walk, running from the historic port of King's Lynn to the Museum of Rural life at Gressenhall, and is contained almost entirely within the watershed of the River Nar.

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1HP

 

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.

Churchgate Street, Southery, Norfolk, PE38 0ND