Whether you are looking to explore North Norfolk’s many round tower churches or go birdwatching at one of the designated nature reserves, the Norfolk Coast’s expansive and rustic environment made up of pretty coastal villages and salt marshes is filled with attractions and activities to explore for every visitor. Within its expansive marshes, you will find Cley Marshes, one of the oldest birdwatching sites in the UK.
The North Norfolk Coast is known for its stunning beaches and wide skies, peppered with wonderful villages with hidden gems and hideaways that both individuals, couples and families will love; the chance to get away for the perfect holiday retreat. The North Norfolk coastline with the Wash to the far west, England’s largest bay, offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the expansive beaches and seaside hotspots. There’s Holme-next-the-Sea, a small village known for its radiant sandy beach that seems to go on forever.