The Beach in Wells, England is a great place to go on sunny days. When the tide goes out, the sand stretches for a seemingly endless distance.

Down to the Beach - Wells Beach, Norfolk, UK, by Paul Macro / Really should be among our top of the best beach huts in Europe!

Holkham Beach North Norfolk , England . Listed in the Telegraph's top 20 beaches in UK and with good reason. Great unspoilt beach. Love it here.

Holkham Beach in North Norfolk , England . Listed in the Telegraph's top 20 beaches in UK and with good reason.

"Foxley Wood is Norfolk’s largest remaining ancient woodland. It was intensively coppiced in medieval times and, as well as hazel, it yielded other woodland products such as tree bark used in the tanning industry. The bluebells are so well known locally that the woodland rides can get almost busy at bluebell time." Slow Travel Norfolk; www.bradtguides.com

"Foxley Wood is Norfolk’s largest remaining ancient woodland. It was intensively coppiced in medieval times and, as well as hazel, it yielded other woodland products such as tree bark used in the tanning industry. The bluebells are so well known locally t

helter skelter house, potter heigham, norfolk

I love odd little houses that look like they are wearing a hat like the Helter Skelter House, Great Yarmouth

Cromer Pier, Norfolk. A place very close to my heart.

Cromer Pier is a Grade II listed seaside pier in the civil parish of Cromer on the north coast of the English county of Norfolk, north of the city of Norwich in the United Kingdom.

Hunstanton, Norfolk also Known as Sunny Hunny ,a coastal part of Norfolk  that gained popularity as early as the 1860s.  It still retains its Victorian character and remains a popular location for a day out or relaxing holiday for all ages...i love visiting sunny hunny whenever i get the chance .I want to live here some day .beautiful townhouses/coastal cottages & t has the most amazing sunrise/sunsets

Hunstanton, Norfolk also Known as Sunny Hunny ,a seaside resort that gained popularity as early as the It still retains its Victorian character and remains a popular holiday location for all ages.

The North Norfolk Railway. A lovely little train ride to the seaside. The railway travels between Holt and Sheringham through some beautifal countryside. It costs £11 for adults but under 3s are free. Very accessible although buggies have to be stored in the guard van. The staff are really friendly and are have happy to help you fold buggies and board the train. Toilets are situated at each station but I didn't check out the baby change facilities. Dogs welcome too.

The North Norfolk Railway. A lovely little train ride to the seaside. The railway travels between Holt and Sheringham through some beautifal countryside. It costs for adults but under are free. Very accessible although buggies have to be stored in

Seahenge oak circle Holme-Next-the-Sea, Norfolk: Seahenge, which is also known as Holme I, was a prehistoric monument located in the village of Holme-next-the-Sea, near Old Hunstanton in the English county of Norfolk. A timber circle with an upturned tree root in the centre, Seahenge was apparently built in the 21st century BC, during the early Bronze Age in Britain, most likely for ritual purposes.

Secret Britain travel guide part one: stone circles and megaliths

Seahenge oak circle Holme-Next-the-Sea, Norfolk: Seahenge, which is also known as Holme I, was a prehistoric monument located in the village of Holme-next-the-Sea, near Old Hunstanton in the English county of Norfolk. A timber circle with an upturned tree

Cookie's Crab Shed is a North Norfolk institution - you get to eat zingy fresh seafood within sight of the sea, then you can buy some to take home | norfolk-self-catering.co.uk

Cookie's Crab Shed is a North Norfolk institution - you get to eat zingy fresh seafood within sight of the sea.

This coastline may not be always the most dramatic but its big skies, dunes, wildlife and colours have a unique charm that ‘seep into you’, says local Patrick Barkham

In praise of the Norfolk coast: big skies, sandy beaches and subtle beauty

This coastline may not be always the most dramatic but its big skies, dunes, wildlife and colours have a unique charm that ‘seep into you’, says local Patrick Barkham

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