north norfolk's official visitor guide
From the unspoilt beaches at Wells-next-the-Sea, 2016 Beach of the Year, to the family friendly sands of Hunstanton and Cromer and the Blue Flag beaches in Sheringham & Mundesley, north Norfolk's coastline offers something for everyone. Head inland to the countryside with its rich agricultural roots & you will discover market towns & villages, home to eateries, shops & artisans, as well as museums, stately homes & places of cultural & historical interest. And as Norfolk is the driest county in the UK, it's perfect to visit all year round.
Explore North Norfolk
Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, north Norfolk is home to much of The Broads National Park, Britain's largest protected wetland, as well as several nature reserves of international importance, making north Norfolk a haven for wildlife & birds, and great for walking. North Norfolk is also renowned for its great local produce, which can be enjoyed at the many pubs, restaurants & cafes. Head to the farmers’ markets and local shops to try a variety of food & drink unique to the area including fresh seafood and locally produced beer. For somewhere to stay, there is plenty of choice to suit need and budget. From camping to boutique hotels, from cottages to holiday parks and boating holidays, there’s something for everyone and every family.