Explore the beautiful scenic landscape the North Norfolk coastline has to offer, enjoy glorious unspoilt sandy beaches, walk in the footsteps of the oldest mammals in the country and discover the varied and amazing wildlife.
NORTH NORFOLK COAST – AT A GLANCE
Take a boat trip to visit the remarkable seal colony at Blakeney point. It has both common and grey seals and it’s a great opportunity to get up and close and personal with these incredible creatures. Expect to see upwards of 2,500 seals.
Considered to be the bird-watching capital of the UK due to its stunning range of bird life and beautiful nature reserves. Choose from a selection of seasonal tours throughout the year and indulge in a day of guided bird and wildlife watching.
Hop on board the North Norfolk Railway, a unique and fun way to explore the beautiful North Norfolk Coast and countryside. The traditional steam train runs between Sheringham and Holt and is locally known as the Poppy Line.
Britain’s best voted beach, Holkham Bay, is located on the Norfolk coast . Norfolk’s beautiful coastline stretches 90 miles ensuring plenty of pristine sandy beaches to choose from.
Did you know? The first signs of humankind in the UK were in Norfolk! Discover fossils and mammoth skeletons, which date back to nearly one million years ago in Norfolk’s deep history coast.
The journey from London to the North Norfolk Coast takes around 3 hours by train.