People come to Norfolk for its soft, sandy beaches, wild marshland, vast skies and pretty flint-built coastal villages. The landscape is idyllic, and one of the emptiest stretches of coastline in England.
Venture a little way inland and you come across gorgeous unspoilt villages in undulating, rural countryside - ideal for gentle cycling, walking and touring by car. And wherever you wander, you're never far from an excellent delicatessen, a good fishmonger selling locally caught crab or a cosy pub serving Norfolk Wherry beer.
From Wiveton the pretty upmarket Georgian town of Holt is four miles inland with its numerous boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants and bookshops. Cley-next-the-sea, two miles away, is a mecca for birdwatchers and walkers alike. Here you will find ‘Made in Cley’ and ‘Pink Foot’ two exceptional galleries, also Picnic Fayre Deli and Cley Smokehouse.
This supremely wild and wonderful area of outstanding natural beauty is somewhere to catch your breath in a busy world.
Rainbow over All Saints Church
Morston Creek in winter
Blakeney quay at low tide
Sailing at Scolt Head
Towing a ringo at Blakeney Pit
Paddling at Wells beach
Seals at Blakeney Point
Seal trip sign outside The Anchor Inn
Morston mussels are legendary