The county of Norfolk is situated in the East of England and has a coastline on its North and Estern sides with the North Sea. To the Suth is the county of Suffolk. The administrative capital is the city of Norwich and other towns of interest in the county include Hunstanton, Great Yarmouth, Fakenham, Cromer and Kings Lynn. As it is a low lying area and in most places reasonably flat it is a great destination for walkers and cyclists of all standards. There are miles of unspoilt beaches and coast to explore, nature reserves which are popular with bird watchers, picturesque countryside, heathland and wooded areas to amble around. The historic city of Norwich has the most complete medieval centre of any city in the country. The magnificent cathedral is well worth a visit as is the castle built upon its tall mound which overlooks the city. Norwich also has the largest undercover market in Europe, many fine independent shops and lots of traditional pubs selling real ales and good food. Great Yarmouth offers all that a typical English seaside town can boast, from donkey rides on the sandy safe beach to funfair rides for all the family. The fishing town of Cromer is famous for its locally caught fresh crab and other seafood. Why not hire a boat and explore the tranquil Norfolk Broads, keeping an eye out for wildlife as you slowly travel along the waterway. Blakeney Point in North Norfolk is home to one of the largest contingents of grey seals and their pups in the UK. Take a boat trip from Blakeney to observe these lovely creatures and the many species of birds nesting along the coast. In the west of the county is the wonderful man made area known as The Fens which were reclaimed from boggy marshes in the 1820s.more >>
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