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The village church

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: 01485 532610

 
Heacham Beach

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

 

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

 

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

 
The Outwell parish church

The villages of Outwell and Upwell lie around 18 miles south west of King’s Lynn and only 5 miles from Wisbech.

Outwell and Upwell, Norfolk, PE14 9AA

tel: 01945 772234

 
The village clock

Grimston and its neighbour Pott Row are around 7 miles east of King’s Lynn and just a few miles away from the Royal family's residence at Sandringham.

Grimston, Norfolk, PE32 1BD

tel: 01553 763044

 

The Peter Scott Walk follows the old sea bank along the Wash from King's Lynn, to the Peter Scott lighthouse at Sutton Bridge in Lincolnshire.

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE34 3JQ

 
Bird Observatory near the beach

In the relatively thin strip of land between the village and the sea, large areas of salt marsh much used by birds for feeding and breeding are to be found.

Beach Road, Holme-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, PE36 6LG

tel: 01485 525149

 
The fantastic Hunstanton beach

Hunstanton is a gently sloping beach with rock pools at the northern end leading to Hunstanton's famous red and white stripped cliffs.

Hunstanton, Norfolk, -

tel: 01485 535150

 
Explore the ruins at Castle Acre

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 sign

Titchwell is situated around 6 miles east of Hunstanton and lies about 1 mile inland from the stunning coastline.

Titchwell, Norfolk, PE31 8BB

tel: 01485 532610

 
The waterway at Wiggenhall St. Germans

Wiggenhall St Germans is situated 5 miles south of King’s Lynn and has developed on both east and west sides of the River Great Ouse.

Wiggenhall St Germans, Norfolk, PE34 3EY

tel: 01553 763044

 

Venue for the World Snail Racing Championships.

Village Centre, Congham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, -

 
The Denver village sign (the sluice side)

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

 

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 village church

Situated around 9 miles west of King’s Lynn, The Walpoles comprise two villages, Walpole St Peter and Walpole St. Andrew, as well as the hamlet of Walpole Marsh

The Walpoles, Norfolk, PE14 7NS

tel: 01553 763044

 
Old Hunstanton Beach

Sea Lane, Old Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 6JN

 
The Brecks

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