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Imagine your ideal destination, your perfect escape, and think of North Norfolk. A destination with an ever-changing coastline, dramatic skies, beautiful countryside and some of the most famous wetlands in Europe. North Norfolk offers a more relaxed and leisurely pace of life that immediately puts you in a holiday mood.
What's on Offer
North Norfolk has a diverse coastline which runs for 44 miles from Holkham to Horsey. Beach huts can be found on the promenades at Cromer, Sheringham, Mundesley and at Wells-Next-the-Sea. Trips to Blakeney Point, home for both common and grey seals, can be taken from Morston.
Places to Visit
Particular points of interest are: Blakeney Point, Cromer Pier, North Norfolk Railway, the Norfolk Broads.
Pavilion Theatre, Cromer Pier -
North Norfolk’s towns and villages offer everything from ships’ chandlers in Blakeney, potters and smokehouses in Cley, antiques and specialist nurseries in Wells, to boutiques and Oriental handicrafts in Cromer and Sheringham.
There is an abundance of places to eat out in North Norfolk – restaurants, hotels, pubs, cafes, bistros and typical English fish and chip shops.
Recreation & Sport
North Norfolk has swimming pools at Sheringham ("Splash") & North Walsham (Victory Swim & Fitness Centre), golf courses, sports centres (Fakenham, Cromer, North Walsham and Stalham Sports Centres), putting greens, bowls greens, bowling alleys and Fakenham Race Course.
Holiday & Activity Centres
Hilltop Outdoor Centre
Accommodation in North Norfolk can be viewed at www.visitnorthnorfolk.com
A11 - Norwich - A140 Cromer
London Liverpool Street - Norwich - Cromer - Sheringham
Fly to Norwich International Airport and travel by road from Norwich to Cromer via A140.