If you have never been to Norfolk you really should try it. This beautiful county has a lot to offer. Once you have visited Norfolk you will want to return year after year, as many people already do.
Every year 10 million people visit this lovely part of the world. It is known for its natural beauty, but it also has some beautiful towns and cities. Norwich springs to mind. It is a historical city with a full range of cultural facilities as well as plenty of retail outlets. The city really does offer something for everyone. However, the majority of people still visit Norfolk primarily to enjoy its landscape and natural attractions.
The Norfolk Broads
The Broads are a big draw. Every year seven million people visit the broads. Many of them hire a boat and spend their time sailing, canoeing or boating. However, the broads are also a great place for walkers, horse riders, cyclists. It is home to a huge array of wildlife, thousands visit the area for bird watching. Thousands visit the areas simply to enjoy the scenery and relax. There are 280 square miles of Areas of Natural Outstanding Beauty in Norfolk much of it around The Broads area.
Norfolk also has a 100-mile long coastline with many Blue Flag beaches. Despite being a relatively short stretch of coast there are many different types of beaches in the area. Some have dunes, others are quite rocky, which is great for rock pooling, but the majority are sandy and wide.
Amongst the most popular are the beaches in the Great Yarmouth area. The town itself offers a traditional seaside experience complete with crazy golf and walks along the prom.
However, there is far more than the beach to enjoy in the town. The theme parks Pleasurewood Hills and Africa Alive are only a short drive away. In the town, there is the Time & Tide or the Potteries and Smoke House museums. The town has a beautiful pier, complete with theatre and a casino. There is also a racecourse, a greyhound track and stock car racing to enjoy.
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