Norfolk is famed for its un-ending coastline which stretches for miles from King’s Lynn to Hopton-on-Sea. The landscape is a hotspot for wildlife, home to important colonies of sea birds and waders. Due to its significance, parts of the coast have been designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (ANOBs).
As well as a breath-taking coast, the seaside towns have a lot of offer residents and visitors alike. Cromer is a popular seaside resort and an important hub for walking with the Norfolk Coast Path, Weavers’ Way and Paston Way starting from the centre of town