Some of the best coastal towns in Norfolk are as follows. There are even more Norfolk coastal towns, but these are my favorite and rated by popular peoples those who have been visited to this places. you might be considering to visit these places as there are more interesting things that you can do around this coastal towns, not only with beaches.
Hunstanton is located in the Norfolk, which is a seaside resort dealing with the Wash and one of the best place of east coast of Norfolk’s England. Hunstanton beach contains a lot of interesting things with Accommodation, Food, and self-catering vacancies.
Hunstanton is located in the Norfolk, which is a seaside resort dealing with the Wash and one of the best seaside town to east coast of Norfolk’s England. Hunstanton beach contains a lot of interesting things with Accommodation, Food, and self-catering vacancies.
Holkham is a small village lies on the border or coastal town of Norfolk. Holkham bay is one of the most dramatic beach and coastal plain with breathtaking and Aromatic smell of village forest. There is also a Bygones Museum and Holkham Hall you must visit during the holidays.
Sheringham is one of the top coastal seasides in Norfolk of the United Kingdom. Sheringham has been divided into two parts upper and lower Sheringham. This seaside is mainly for the farming and fishing for the people since there is no other sort of business can run into profits.
4. Sea Palling
Sea Palling is located in the south – east of Cromer of Norfolk England. One can reach by railway transport and the nearest railway station is North Walsham.
Mundesley is too a Coastal town, which is just 21 miles far away from north of Norwich and 8 miles of south east of Cromer and this village counts as a civil parish of Norfolk, England. Mundesley is a very popular destination for tourists and they get attracted most in summer holidays. The Mundesley village is also popular for seaside resort and it can be reached through railway line.
The coastal town covers Golf course, which is nearer to the beach and this is also a historic golf course know as Mun Valley designed by the Harry Vardon and open champion. The seaside covers with brilliant public houses and hotels and even with a parish church.
The name Salthouse come from the salt marshes where salt house is situated on it. The coastal town is very nearer to the Sheringham bitter line railway station and the nearest airport is Norwich international.
The name is enough for the coastal town as the sign of the village shows happy. In 2010 the site has become national archaeological. The oldest human evidence occupation is Happisburgh, if you visited this town, then checkout the St Mary’s church, Light House, Lifeboat Station and coastal Erosin.