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Towns in Norfolk

Towns in Norfolk

There are so many places to visit when you stay at one of our Norfolk Holiday Parks we have made a list of our favourite Towns & Cities to help you choose where to go while you holiday with us in Norfolk.

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Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth is one of Britain’s favourite family holiday resorts; the town has 15 miles of sandy coastline which offers plenty of fun for all the family. Great Yarmouth has many attraction including amusements, crazy golf and a fantastic pier. As well as all the normal seaside attractions Great Yarmouth is full of shops and restaurants.

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Added by Rossi on 02/06/2011 21:59:48

Well impressed on our visit in May 2011. It is very clean and tidy. I have never seen a cleaner beach. There is more than enough to see and do.

Added by E Mauldon on 23/09/2011 23:02:25

Found the area round by the shopping centre quite dirty and lots of rubbish around on the street.

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Caister-On-Sea

Caister on Sea is a small but popular villages close to great Yarmouth, it has a wonderful sandy beach which can get popular in the summer, The villages has an old Roman Fort and a castle which is now a motor museum which both attract visitors to the village. The village has several small shops and some very nice local restaurants.

Cromer

Cromer is a seaside town known for its fishing and delicious crabs, even today Cromer has a working beach with local fish and crab being brought in each day. These can be later tasted around Cromer’s local pubs and restaurants. Cromer also has a famous pier which has some great attraction and shows on it, as well as Cromer’s lifeboat at the end of the pier.

Norwich

Norwich is one of Britain’s most historic cities and probably the most complete medieval city, the city centre is dominated by the large Norman Cathedral and its tall spire which dominates the skyline. It is hard to walk around the city without feeling the medieval presence with historical building and visitor centres everywhere. As well as the historic buildings and gardens Norwich offers visitors al the attractions you would expect from a city. The city is full of shops, bars, clubs, cinemas and restaurants. There is something for everyone to do in Norwich.

Sea Palling

Sea Palling is a small village in Norfolk which is worth visiting due to its stunning sandy beach which has been awarded the coveted Blue Flag award. The rest of the village is small with two local pubs, cafes and an amusement arcade.

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