An Image of East Norfolk

Just one of the stretches of beaches to be found in East Norfolk.

Aylsham

Aylsham in East Norfolk, interesting buildings surround the Market Place, that speak of centuries past. There are lots of lovely redbrick and flint houses all with their own unique quirky character. 9 miles (14km) from the coast 12 miles (19km) from Norwich.

Bacton

Bacton in East Norfolk, the Paston Way runs through the seaside village of Bacton, it takes in sixteen churches and sixteen villages and towns, and links up with 'Quiet Lanes'. On the coast and 17 miles (27km) from Norwich.

Beeston Regis

Beeston Regis in East Norfolk is largely a residential town, but with a number of interesting features for the visitor. The first being Beacon Hill, which rises to over 300 feet and at its base in summer you will quite often find a field of poppies. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

Blickling in East Norfolk

Blickling in East Norfolk, with its large Jacobean Hall surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside. It hosts lots of events both inside the hall and out with many open air concerts in the grounds during the summer months.9 miles (15km) from the coast and 13 miles (21km) from Norwich.

Coltishall

Coltishall in East Norfolk, set on the banks of the River Bure, Coltishall claims the title of gateway to Broadland. 10 miles (16km) from the coast and 8 miles (12km) from Norwich.

Cromer

Cromer in East Norfolk, the fine medieval church of St. Peter and St. Paul in the centre of the town is a symbol of early prosperity its great tower, 160 feet tall, served as a lighthouse for coastal shipping until 1719 when a lighthouse was built. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

East Norfolk

An east Norfolk scene.

East Runton

East Runton in East Norfolk, attractive cobbled and flint cottages hug the greens edges. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

East Ruston

East Ruston, famous for the location of the internationally known East Ruston Old Vicarage gardens. 4 miles (6km) from the coast and 14 miles (22km) from Norwich.

Eccles on Sea

Eccles-on-Sea in East Norfolk, the long sandy beaches prove popular with wind surfers. On the coast and 17 miles (28km) from Norwich.

Eccles on Sea

Eccles on Sea in East Norfolk, with fine sandy beaches and a scattering of houses and holiday homes. On the coast and 17 miles (28km) from Norwich.

Felbrigg

Felbrigg in East Norfolk, with its historic 17th century hall surrounded by acres of woodland and pastures. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 19 miles (31km) from Norwich.

Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth in East Norfolk, the Golden Mile which runs along side the beach is the summer holiday face of Yarmouth. It has everything for all ages, from children's fun parks to the thrills of attractions in the Pleasure Beach. On the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Norwich.

Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth in East Norfolk, where it it is well worth wandering around the back streets as you will find a wealth of ancient buildings and sections of the town wall which, date from around 1300. On the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Norwich.

Gt Yarmouth in East Norfolk

Great Yarmouth in East Norfolk, a popular lively seaside resort, yet Yarmouth is much more than just a seaside resort, its a place with a rich history and has much to offer the visitor. On the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Norwich.

Hanworth

Hanworth in East Norfolk, you'd be forgiven for thinking that you had stepped back in time when visiting the village of Hanworth. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 17 miles (27km) from Norwich.

Happisburgh

Happisburgh in East Norfolk, a captivating old world village of flint and thatch with the main street dotted with quaint thatched cottages with deceptively long back gardens. On the coast and 16 miles (27km) from Norwich.

Hemsby

Hemsby in East Norfolk, for those looking for family entertainment, amusement arcades, discos and the seaside, then the resort of Hemsby is the one for you. On the coast and 17 miles (27km) from Norwich.

Hickling

Hickling in East Norfolk, surrounded by beautiful countryside and quiet lanes, which can be enjoyed by both the walker and the cyclist. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 15 miles (24km) from the Norwich.

Hopton-on-Sea

Hopton on Sea in East Norfolk, a small seaside village, yet just three miles from the bright lights of Great Yarmouth in Norfolk and Lowestoft in Suffolk. On the coast and 19 miles (31km) from Norwich.

Horning

Horning in East Norfolk, lies within the Norfolk Broads and has a number of regattas and boating events throughout the year including the Three Rivers Race, the Yare Navigation Race and Horning Week. 8 miles (13km) from the coast and 9 miles (14km) from Norwich.

Horsey

Horsey in East Norfolk, back in days past Horsey used to be an island in a bay and the name Horsey means isle of horses, though whether horses were kept on this island nobody knows! On the coast and 16 miles (26km) from Norwich.

Horsey

Horsey in East Norfolk, this small village lies on the edge of the Norfolk Broads in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. On the coast and 16 miles (26km) from Norwich.

Horsey East Norfolk

Horsey in East Norfolk, the 1900 acres that make up Horsey Mere is a wildfowl refuge that attracts thousands of resident and migratory birds. On the coast and 16 miles (26km) from Norwich.

Image of the Norfolk Broads

The Norfolk Broads lies within East Norfolk, where you can discover the UK's largest nationally protected wetland, by boat or wellington boot!

Mundesley

Mundesley in East Norfolk, a popular destination for visitors looking for a traditional un-commercialised seaside holiday resort. On the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Norwich.

Mundesley

Mundesley in East Norfolk, with its fine sandy beaches, this pocket sized cliff top seaside resort has proved a popular destination for visitors. On the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Norwich.

Mundesley

Mundesley in Norfolk, wide stretches of beaches pull in the visitors and the towns normally small population increases in size quite significantly during the summer months. On the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Norwich.

North Walsham

North Walsham in East Norfolk, a busy market town with a lineage that extends all the way back to Saxon Times. 4 miles (7km) from the coast and 14 miles (22km) from Norwich.

Norwich

Norwich in East Norfolk, on the River Yare, with a range of daily scheduled river cruises from 30 minutes to 3 hours, leaving from 3 quays in and around Norwich. 17 miles (27km) from the coast.

Norwich Castle

Norwich the capital of Norfolk. Norwich Castle has an interesting musuem with many exhibits. 17 miles (27km) from the coast.

Norwich Cathedral

Norwich Cathedral in Norfolk, the building is made from a lovely white stone, which came from Caen in Normandy and was shipped to Norwich via Great Yarmouth on the River Wensum. The slender 15th century spire stands at 315 feet (96m) and is the second tallest in England after Salisbury.

Norwich Elm Hill

Norwich Elm Hill, a historic cobbled lane with many of the buildings datiing back to Tudor times. Elm Hill is the city's most famous medieval street. 17 miles (27km) from the coast.

Norwich Market

Norwich in Norfolk has a colourful covered market place. 17 miles (27km) from the coast.

Overstrand

Overstrand in East Norfolk a quiet holiday resort with good sandy beaches, yet with a steep causeway down to the beach. On the coast and 20 miles (32km) from Norwich.

Overstrand Norfolk

Overstrand in East Norfolk, was known as the Village of Millionaires and was the favourite watering hole of the rich and famous many of whom built huge elaborate second homes here. On the coast and 20 miles (32km) from Norwich.

Ranworth

Ranworth in East Norfolk, a popular place situated right on the Broads with a scattering of houses, large broad and a friendly village inn. 9 miles (15km) from the coast and 8 miles (13km) from Norwich.

Ridlington

Ridlington in East Norfolk, located just off the main coastal road, set in farmland. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 15 miles (25km) from Norwich.

Scratby

Scratby in East Norfolk, the village is pretty and un-spoilt with thatched cottages and small local shops. On the coast and 17 miles (28km) from Norwich.

Sea Palling in East Norfolk

Sea Palling in East Norfolk, has fine sandy beaches backed by sand dunes all located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. On the coast and 16 miles (26km) from Norwich.

Sheringham

Sheringham in East Norfolk, a traditional seaside town with an attractive old-fashiond atmosphere. On the coast and 22 miles (36km) from Norwich.

Southrepps

Southrepps in East Norfolk, the tower of Southrepps church punctuates the landscape in this part of Norfolk, which is mostly made up of field upon field of green and gold arable crops. 3 miles (4km) from the coast and 17 miles (28km) from Norwich.

Stalham

Stalham in East Norfolk part of the Norfolk Broads system. 3 miles (5km) from the coast and 14 miles (21km) from Norwich.

Stokesby

Stokesby in East Norfolk, this small riverside village is located on the River Bure deep in the heart of Broadland within an area known as the Broads National Park. 6 miles (10km) from the coast and 12 miles (20km) from Norwich.

Stow Mill in Paston

Stow Mill in Paston, a tower corn mill, situated on the north east coast of Norfolk in the parish of Paston and open to the public.

Thurne

Thurne in East Norfolk, boat hire is available nearby and there are some good nature reserves around this area such as Upton Fen and Ranworth Broad. 7 miles (11km) from the coast and 11 miles (18km) from Norwich.

Trimingham

Trimingham in East Norfolk, dominated by its large squared squat towered church. The beach is not easily accessible from here, but other beaches are close by. On the coast and 19 miles (30km) from Norwich.

Upper Sheringham

Upper Sheringham in East Norfolk, where you will find Sheringham Park owned by the National Trust and famous for its rhododendron display. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

Upton

Upton in East Norfolk, lies on the River Bure within The Broads National Park, a small Broadland village. 8 Miles (13km) from the coast and 10 miles (17km) from Norwich.

Walcott

Walcott in East Norfolk, sits just yards from the sea, a small seaside village, much loved by caravaners. On the coast and 17 miles (27km) from Norwich.

Waxham

Waxham in East Norfolk, has lovely golden secluded beaches. On the coast and 17 miles (27km) from Norwich.

West Runton

West Runton in East Norfolk, the village clings to a cliff, in an area known as the Cromer Ridge. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

Winterton on Sea

Winterton on Sea in East Norfolk, ideal for bird watchers and walkers with a colony of seals that visit the shores. On the coast and 17 miles (28km) from Norwich.

Winterton on Sea

Winterton-on-Sea in East Norfolk, to the north of the village are Winterton Dunes Nature Reserve, riddled with foot paths and home to the rare Natterjack Toad, which can be found hiding amongst the hummocks. On the coast and 17 miles (28km) from Norwich.

Woodbastwick

Woodbastwick in East Norfolk, situated on the edge of the Norfolk Broads. 10 miles (16km) from the coast and 8 miles (12km) from Norwich.

Woodbastwick

Woodbastwick in East Norfolk, there are substantial reed-beds and fen woodland round here, where you will find extensive bird life including marsh harriers warbler and bearded tits.10 miles (16km) from the coast and 8 miles (12km) from Norwich.

Worstead

Worstead in East Norfolk, on the outskirts of the village is Worstead Station whose line runs between the seaside town of Sheringham and the historic city of Norwich. 6 miles (9km) from the coast and 12 miles (19km) from Norwich.

Worstead

Worstead in East Norfolk, a large annual 'Worstead Festival' is held in this compact Norfolk village. 6 miles (9km) from the coast and 12 miles (19km) from Norwich.

Wroxham in East Norfolk

Wroxham in East Norfolk, regattas and boating events take place in the Broadland town of Wroxham during the summer months. 10 miles (16km) from the coast and 7 miles (11km) from Norwich.

Yarmouth in East Norfolk

Great Yarmouth in East Norfolk, a seaside holiday resort with bright lights and a festive atmosphere. Lots of indoor and outdoor pursuits, many places to stay and a whole host of eating establishments. On the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Norwich.

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