North Norfolk Stories & inspiration

With so much to discover in north Norfolk, read our stories and watch our films to help inspire your visit. Explore the hidden gems of north Norfolk and the best places to visit. Whether it's a weekend away or a family holiday, read our hints and tips to make your visit one to remember, from where to find family beaches, the best walking routes, where to go crabbing and when to come for festivals and carnivals - and much more.

There are six Blue Flag beaches in north Norfolk! Find out what makes them so unique.

The carpets of Bluebells mean spring has arrived! North Norfolk woodlands have some of the best places to see these glorious displays. Find out the best places to go this Spring, to see the hue of blue.

There are plenty of places to get off the beaten track in north Norfolk. See our round up of hidden gems, paths less trodden, new places to go and unique experiences while avoiding the crowds.

There are plenty of places to be explored in north Norfolk when it's safe to visit. Many are hidden gems so you can avoid the crowds while finding something new to see and do. Escape the crowds and discover your new north Norfolk!

From late January, snowdrops will begin to pop-up in gardens indicating Spring is on its way. See our round up of the best places to see snowdrops in north Norfolk.

Walking in winter in north Norfolk is such a delight during this quieter time of year, with wonderful wildlife, and views across frosty countryside and vast empty beaches. Here's our top walks in north Norfolk in Winter.

Top Ten Winter Wildlife

15 December 2020

Some of the best wildlife in the country can be found in north Norfolk, and Winter is the best time to see it! Here’s our top 10 wildlife wonders to look out for during the Winter months.

Find out the top twelve places in North Norfolk to see the best trees and wildlife in the Autumn.

Walking in Autumn in north Norfolk is a delight. With stunning colours, huge skies and fabulous scenery, some of the most rewarding walks take place during the Autumn season.

Find out which beaches in north Norfolk are most accessible in north Norfolk with nearby parking and facilities.

The vast sandy beaches in north Norfolk are a delight for dogs and their responsible owners all year round. Here’s our list of the best dog-friendly beaches in north Norfolk.

With 45 miles of coastline, much of which is part of the Deep History Coast, north Norfolk is ideal for exploring coastal rock pools and beachcombing. You can uncover fossils millions of years old and take a closer look at north Norfolk marine wildlife.

North Norfolk has 45 miles coast with award-winning beautiful beaches, most within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Six are Blue Flag beaches and all of them are clean, family-friendly and safe.

There is an incredible geological history to north Norfolk, going back to ice ages and when dinosaurs roamed the planet. Find out about our incredible five natural phenomena which provide a great insight into how north Norfolk was made.

North Norfolk is unique in many ways, which is why people keep coming back. Here's our top twelve reasons to love north Norfolk.

North Norfolk is the natural choice if you're looking for adventure! From surfing to jumping into an airbag to walking with llamas, there's an experience for everyone to enjoy!

Taking place on 16 & 17 May 2020, the second Pensthorpe Bird and Wildlife Fair will highlight Norfolk as the ‘birdwatching capital of Britain’.

Along north Norfolk's 45 miles of coastline, there are beaches where you can see the dramatic changes in the landscape which have taken place over the last few millennia.

Each year, the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment goes on a rural regimental training camp including a ride along Holkham beach.

North Norfolk has a great collection of gardens. Pick from cottage gardens, relaxing water gardens and magnificent stately home gardens.

We all know how special north Norfolk is with a breath-taking coastline and stunning countryside. Here’s ten completely unique things about north Norfolk that make north Norfolk unlike anywhere else.

Taking place on 18 & 19 May, the new Norfolk Bird and Wildlife Fair will highlight Norfolk as the ‘birdwatching capital of Britain’.

Norfolk is hosting the British Cycling HSBC UK | National Road Championships 2019 and half the route will be in North Norfolk.

North Norfolk is well known for its unique landscape of mudflats and salt marshes. They are not only famous for their breathtaking beauty but also to see wildlife. Here are some of the best places to enjoy this landscape, all year round.

North Norfolk is the place to go if you'd like to experience an adventure on the water, land or air. #NorthNorfolkNaturally

Home to the largest seal colony in England and boasting some of the best birdwatching in the UK, north Norfolk is a natural delight. #NorthNorfolkNaturally

North Norfolk is one of the most important and rewarding bird watching counties in the UK – and there’s plenty to see all year-round. Here’s our eight favourite places to explore for the best bird watching.

The walking and cycling trails in north Norfolk take in the most stunning coastal and countryside views and the annual walking and cycling festival is a great chance to explore the area. #NorthNorfolkNaturally

Explore over 45 miles of immaculate and unspoiled coastline along the north Norfolk coast and discover award-winning and Blue Flag beaches. #NorthNorfolkNaturally

Discover the unique coast and countryside of north Norfolk and uncover some of the hidden gems of this part of England that it makes it a truly special place to visit

Six north Norfolk’s beaches were awarded Blue Flags in 2018 meaning north Norfolk has more Blue Flag beaches than any other district! Find out what makes these beaches so unique.

Six north Norfolk’s beaches have retained their Blue Flag status in 2019! Find out what makes these beaches so unique.