Getting to and around north Norfolk

North Norfolk Map
Broads Town and Villages
Broads National Park

Broads Town & Villages

Discover the traditional villages & towns of Wroxham, Hoveton, Horning, Coltishall & Stalham, located around the Broads. Perfect for boating holidays & exploring the Broads National Park. Click to read more..
Sea Palling
Sea Palling Beach

Sea Palling

A quiet family seaside resort with sand dunes, beach & calm sea, ideal for families. The village offers plenty of places to stay with shops & cafes. Click to read more...
Happisburgh
Happisburgh Lighthouse

Happisburgh

This coastal village with shops & eateries, is best known for its striped lighthouse, looking over a dramatic coastline. Follow the Norfolk Coast Path to Sea Palling or Mundesley. Click to read more...
North Walsham
North Walsham

North Walsham

A traditional centre for weaving and home to Nelson's school. There is a wide range of shops, cafes & restaurants. Near to the countrtyside, Broads National Park & coast. Click to read more...
Alysham
Aylsham

Alysham

The market town of Aylsham lies by the River Bure. There is a nearby stately home & heritage railway, shops, pubs & tea-rooms. Ideal for exploring the countryside. Click to read more...
Reepham
Reepham

Reepham

A pretty market town set in picturesque countryside between the Wensum & Bure Valleys. Home to attractive Georgian buildings, places to stay, shops & restaurants. Click to read more...
Mundesley
Mundesley Beach

Mundesley

A traditional seaside village with shops, cottages & B&Bs, Blue Flag beach & shallow rock pools. Home to the Maritime Museum & a nine-hole golf course. Lovely scenic walks. Click to read more...
Cromer
Cromer Pier

Cromer

Cromer, a traditional seaside resort is renowned for carnivals, museums & pier with theatre. Perfect for families, crabbing & water sports. Plenty of places to eat seafood & the famous Cromer crab. Click to read more...
Holt
Holt

Holt

Historic Georgian Holt is home to art galleries, antique & book shops and cafes. With plenty of places to stay, Holt is ideally situated near to the coast & a country park. Click to read more...
Sheringham
Sheringham Beach

Sheringham

A traditional seaside town, known for its carnivals & Blue Flag beach. Plenty of places to stay and the town has lots of shops, pubs & cafes. Click to read more...
Cley
Cley Marshes

Cley

Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Cley's shingle beach, salt marshes & nature reserve are ripe for exploring & birdwatching. Click to read more....
Blakeney
Blakeney in North Norfolk

Blakeney

The pretty coastal village of Blakeney is home to galleries, shops & eateries overlooking the estuary & salt marshes. Take a boat trip to the seal colonies at Blakeney Point. Click to read more...
Walsingham
Walsingham

Walsingham

Walsingham, on the banks of the River Stiffkey, has a long history of religious pilgrimage since the 11th century. Explore historic buildings & ride on a narrow gauge steam railway. Click to read more...
Fakenham
Fakenham

Fakenham

Just ten miles from the coast, Fakenham is a traditional working market town, home to a racecourse, nature reserve, museum, golf course & historical hall. Great countryside for cycling & walking. Click to read more...
Wells Next the Sea
Wells-next-the-sea

Wells-next-the Sea & Holkham

Wells-next-the-Sea and Holkham have stunning expansive beaches, home to seals & birds. Visit Holkham's Palladian hall and try crabbing at Wells Harbour. Click to read more...
The Burnhams
Burnham Overy Staithe

The Burnhams

A pretty family of villages close to the coast, beaches & nature reserves. Ideal for sailing and enjoying local produce & freshly caught seafood. Great shopping in Burnham Market. Click to read more...
Brancaster
Brancaster Staithe

Brancaster

Brancaster & Brancaster Staithe are best known for excellent shellfish, great beach & lovely marshland views. A perfect spot for sailing & walking along the Norfolk Coast Path. Click to read more..
Heacham and Hunstanton
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Heacham & Hunstanton

Heacham & Hunstanton are west-facing resorts on England's east coast. See the Hunstanton striped cliffs & the quiet beaches at Heacham, a town with links to Pocahontas. Click to read more...

There's plenty of ways to get to north Norfolk from within the UK or from overseas:

NORTH NOROLK TRAVELINE
Tel: 0871 2002233
www.traveline.org.uk

DRIVE TO NORTH NORFOLK
North Norfolk is easy to access from the north, west or south of the country, and the A11 dual carriageway makes travel from the south easy and quick.

TAKE THE TRAIN TO NORTH NORFOLK
Trains leave London Liverpool Street and King's Cross every hour, arriving in just under two hours into Norwich or King's Lynn. From Norwich you can catch a regular train to Cromer or Sheringham, and from there and King's Lynn, the Coasthopper bus can take you along the north Norfolk coast.
National Rail information
Tel: 08457 818178
http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

TAKE A COACH TO NORTH NORFOLK
Coaches travel daily into north Norfolk from the Midlands, London and the Southeast.
National Express information
Tel: 08457 818178
www.nationalexpress.com

FLY TO NORTH NORFOLK
The nearest airports are Stansted and Norwich, whilst Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and East Midlands airports are within easy reach by road and rail.
Norwich International Airport
Tel: 01603 411923
www.norwichairport.co.uk
Stansted Airport
Tel: 0844 3351083
http://www.stanstedairport.com/

TAKE A FERRY TO NORTH NORFOLK
Ferries arrive and depart from Harwich International Port. Either come with your car, or hop on a train and make your way to north Norfolk.
www.harwich.co.uk

GETTING AROUND NORTH NORFOLK
There are good local bus services including the Coasthopper. Or travel around in style in a Jaguar with chauffeur with Anglian Chauffeur Services, who will be at your service for the duration of your stay, acting as a personal guide on days out, so you can get the best from your visit.

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