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The Fens

the fensThe Fens span several counties including parts of Norfolk, they are a low lying landscape which was originally marshland. Over the centuries this low lying land has been drained with a network of pretty wind pumps ...
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The City of Norwich

Norwich CathedralNorwich is a medieval city rich in history and beautiful architecture. There is much to see and do with some great shops, stylish caf├ęs and plenty of cultural activities.
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The Norfolk Broads

The Norfolk BroadsThe Norfolk Broads are a glorious network of lakes and rivers which cover part of Norfolk and a small part of neighbouring Suffolk. Most of the Norfolk broads are navigable by boat making the broads an idyllic destination for boating holidays ...
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Sea Palling Beach & Waxham

Sea Palling BeachSet in an area of outstanding natural beauty the beach at Sea Palling is backed by sand dunes and is a wonderful sandy beach ideal for swimming. Sea Palling has won a blue flag award for several years including 2010.
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Overstrand Beach

Overstrand beachOverstrand has a very large sandy beach at low tide and is backed by grassy cliffs. It's an ideal beach for swimming and for families with children ...
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Weybourne Beach

Weybourne BeachWeybourne beach is situated half a mile from the village of Weybourne and in years gone by was a popular haunt for smugglers. The beach is made up of small pebbles and is backed by sandy cliffs.
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Mundesley Beach

MundesleyMundesley has a sheltered beach with lots of golden sand exposed at low tide. The beach is backed by low grassy cliffs and there are brightly painted beach huts along the beach front ...
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Great Yarmouth Beaches

great yarmouthGreat Yarmouth is one of the UK's most popular seaside resorts. The pleasure beach with it's fun fair and other seaside attractions make Great Yarmouth and ideal destination for families with children no matter what the weather. The other beach areas offer golden sands and waters great for bathing
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Cromer Beach

Cromer PierCromer is a popular family beach with plenty of traditional seaside activities. Backed by cliffs the beach is made up of mix of sand and shingle with some great rock pools and crabs at low tide ...
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Sheringham Beach

Fishing boats at SheringhamA lovely seaside town Sheringham's beach is easily accessible and great for families and kids. Sheringham is a narrow beach when the tide is in but at low tide it's a large beach with a mix of sand and shingle ...
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Cley-Next-The-Sea Beach

Cley-Next-The-Sea beachThe beach at Cley-Next-The-Sea is about a mile away from the town and is accessed via beach road. This is a quiet beach backed by a nature reserve which has been designated an area outstanding natural beauty ...
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Wells-Next-The-Sea Beach and Holkham Bay

Holkham BayHolkham Bay and the beach at Wells-Next-The-Sea is combine to make vast stretches of golden sand backed by dunes and a nature reserve...
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Hunstanton Beach and Old Hunstanton

Old Hunstanton beachHunstanton Beach is a gently sloping beach with a mix of sand and pebbles. Along the promenade there are traditional seaside treats such as donkey rides and ice creams while further along at the base of the famous Hunstanton cliffs there are plenty of rock pools for mooching around in with the kids.

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