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Welcome to Norfolk's, Coast and Seaside...

To the east of the Norfolk Broads is the resort and port of Great Yarmouth, one of a number of resorts in Norfolk. Offshore are gas rigs and wind turbines, mostly serviced from Great Yarmouth. There are good sandy beaches along much of the Norfolk coast, backed in places by low cliffs. But erosion is a matter of importance to those whose cliff top houses are threatened by the waves.
Cromer, another resort in the north of the county, is where Sir Arthur Conan Doyle conceived the idea for ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’ after hearing the of the local legendary hound Black Shuck. From Sheringham the preserved North Norfolk Railway runs steam trains the ten miles to the market town of Holt. North Norfolk is a land of undulating agricultural and heath land, and its coastline is a sanctuary for birds and animals, including famously the colonies of seals.
West of Blakeney point are vast expanses of sandy beach, and the pretty town of Wells-next-the-Sea. Round the corner into the Wash is Hunstanton, which faces west, and has striped cliffs of white chalk, red chalk and brown sandstone. Past the Queen’s residence at Sandringham and the fields of Norfolk lavender is King’s Lynn, an ancient seaport and market town boasting architectural reminders of previous centuries in its Custom House, Guildhall and Town Hall.

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"HOTSPOTS" from Seaside Towns to Beaches & Covers in Norfolk

Hunstanton
Hunstanton
Hunstanton on the Norfolk Coast sunset
 
Great Yarmouth
Great Yarmouth
Great Yarmouth is a large resort with two piers, sandy beaches, theme parks, and a parade of eateries and amusements along its 'Golden Mile'. In the area, concentrations of waders and sea birds can be seen, as can grey and common seals.
 
Happisburgh area
Happisburgh area
This is an area of small villages, sandy beaches, crumbling cliffs and, around the Broads, windmills. There are caravan parks, campsites, holiday cottages and small guest houses throughout the area.

Sheringham & Cromer
Sheringham & Cromer
Sheringham is a thriving town with a market, theatre, museum and steam railway. Its larger neighbour Cromer has a pier, numerous hotels, clifftop gardens and a museum.
 
Wells-next-the-Sea
Wells-next-the-Sea
Wells is now a mile from the sea due to silting, but its quay remains, and it is an attractive small town. Nearby are wide empty beaches and salt marshes. A miniature railway runs to Walsingham
 
Brancaster & Burnham
Brancaster Bay is home to flocks of sea-birds and seals. The wide beaches are backed by marshes. Amongst the flint villages are some excellent inns and restaurants.


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