Aldborough

Aldborough in Norfolk, the game of cricket has been played by the villagers for over 150 years. Some of the cottages that front onto the green are even named after cricketing terms. 6 miles (9km) from the coast and 17 miles (27km) from Norwich.

Bacton

Bacton in Norfolk offers peace and tranquility. On the coast and 17 miles (27km) from Norwich.

Beeston Regis

Beeston Regis with Beacon Hill, which rises to over 300 feet. The area around Beeston Regis is criss-crossed with a network of paths and bridleways, so and ideal area for walkers and riders. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

Binham

Binham in Norfolk dominated by the large remains of a Benedictine Priory. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Blakeney

Blakeney in Norfolk is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a popular holiday destination. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Brancaster

Brancaster in Norfolk with its firm shimmering sands seeded with Marram Grass. On the coast and 36 miles (58km) from Norwich.

Brancaster Staithe

Brancaster Staithe in Norfolk, the small harbour is the only legacy of the former boating history of this small Norfolk Village. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 35 miles (57km) from Norwich.

Burnham Deepdale

Burnham Deepdale on the North Norfolk coast, with its salt marshes and mud flats and amazing walks. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 35 miles (56km) from Norwich.

Burnham Market

Burnham Market in Norfolk, popular with visitors at all times of the year. 3 miles (5km) from the coast and 32 miles (52km) from Norwich.

Burnham Overy Staithe

Burnham Overy Staithe in Norfolk, a small picturesque coastal village with salt marshes and channels out to the sea. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 33 miles (53km) from Norwich.

Castle Acre

Castle Acre in Norfolk situated beside the River Nar, with its magnificient Priory and Castle ruins. 14 miles (22km) from the coast and 26 miles (43km) from Norwich.

Cley-next-the-Sea

Cley-next-the-sea in Norfolk has always attracted the visitor despite its diminutive size. 1 mile (2km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Coltishall

Coltishall in Norfolk, set on the banks of the River Bure, Coltishall claims the title of gateway to Broadland. 10 miles (16km) from the coast and 8 miles (12km) from Norwich.

Cromer

Cromer in Norfolk in its cliff-top seating, an Edwardian family seaside town. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

Dersingham

Dersingham in Norfolk, nestling in the embrace of the Royal Estate of Sandringham. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 37 miles (59km) from Norwich.

Diss

Diss in Norfolk, an old market town on the Norfolk and Suffolk border. 23 miles (38km) from the coast and 19 miles (30km) from Norwich.

East Runton

East Runton in Norfolk, the beach is located down a winding lane and in the village itself there is an attractive village pond. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

Eccles-on-Sea

Eccles-on-Sea in Norfolk, with fine sandy beaches and a scattering of houses and holiday homes. On the coast and 17 miles (28km) from Norwich.

Fakenham

Fakenham in Norfolk, a thriving market town located close to the River Wensum. 10 miles (17km) from the coast and 24 miles (38km) from Norwich.

Great Massingham

Great Massingham in Norfolk, a charming little village with brick flint and cobble cottages dating from the 18th and 19th century clustering around two huge ponds. 10 miles (17km) from the coast and 29 miles (46km) from Norwich.

Great Walsingham

Great Walsingham in Norfolk, sits in the vale of the river Stiffkey and contains a handful of handsome houses, some with impressive timber frames and others with fine Georgian facades. 6 miles (10km) from the coast and 25 miles (41km) from Norwich.

Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth in Norfolk, a seaside holiday resort with bright lights and a festive atmosphere. Lots of indoor and outdoor pursuits, many places to stay and a whole host of eating establishments. On the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Norwich.

Happisburgh

Happisburgh in Norfolk, heroes, legends and personalities haunt this coastal village. On the coast and 16 miles (27km) from Norwich.

Heacham

Heacham in Norfolk, famous for being the home of Norfolk Lavender and its surrounding lavender fields. On the coast and 39 miles (63km) from Norwich.

Hickling

Hickling in Norfolk, with Hickling Broad one of the largest Norfolk Broads covering over 370 acres of open water. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 15 miles (24km) from the Norwich.

Holme-next-the-Sea

Holme-next-the-Sea in Norfolk, located in Area designated of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Here you will find quiet beaches with a small amount of shingle, backed by Marram grass covered sand dunes. On the coast and 39 miles (63km) from Norwich.

Holt

Holt in Norfolk, a Georgian Town in minature, with a puzzle of streets and alleyways fanning out from the High Street. 4 miles (6km) from the coast and 20 miles (33km) from Norwich.

Hopton on Sea

Hopton on Sea in Norfolk, a small seaside village, yet just three miles from the bright lights of Great Yarmouth in Norfolk and Lowestoft in Suffolk. On the coast and 19 miles (31km) from Norwich.

Horning

Horning in Norfolk, lies within the Norfolk Broads and has a number of regattas and boating events throughout the year including the Three Rivers Race, the Yare Navigation Race and Horning Week. 8 miles (13km) from the coast and 9 miles (14km) from Norwich.

Horsey

Horsey in Norfolk located on the edge of the Broads in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. On the coast and 16 miles (26km) from Norwich.

Hunstanton

Hunstanton in Norfolk, a popular holiday destination with a friendly family atmosphere retaining much of its original Victorian elegance. On the coast and 40 miles (65km) from Norwich.

Hunworth

Hunworth in Norfolk, lies in the vale of the Glaven Valley, surrounded by pleasant wooded countryside. 6 miles (10km) from the coast and 20 miles (32km) from Norwich.

Kings Lynn

Kings Lynn in Norfolk, where the past has left its imprint on its streets and alleyways. 3 miles (5km) from the coast and 38 miles (61km) from Norwich.

Langham

Langham in Norfolk, with traditional Norfolk cobbled cottages lining its main street. 4 miles (6km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Little Snoring

Little Snoring in Norfolk, with a church that spans six centuries from Saxon to Tudor. 9 miles (15km) from the coast and 23 miles (37km) from Norwich.

Little Walsingham

Little Walsingham in Norfolk, which captures the essence of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. 7 miles (11km) from the coast and 25 miles (41km) from the Norwich.

Ludham

Ludham in Norfolk, a pretty Broadland village located right in the middle of the Norfolk Broads, surrounded by fields and marshes. 6 miles (10km) from the coast 11 miles (18km) from Norwich.

Morston

Morston in Norfolk, during the season you will always find an ice-cream van and normally a shell fish bar on the quay and in the village itself a good local inn. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 26 miles (42km) from Norwich.

Mundesley

Mundesley in Norfolk, a popular destination for visitors looking for a traditional un commercialised seaside holiday resort. On the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Norwich.

North Creake

North Creake in Norfolk an attractive rurual village. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 30 miles (48km) from Norwich.

North Walsham

North Walsham in Norfolk, a busy market town with a lineage that extends all the way back to Saxon Times. 4 miles (7km) from the coast and 14 miles (22km) from Norwich.

Norwich

Norwich Cathedral in Norfolk, the Cathedral is floodlit by night and makes quite a picture with its beautiful gleaming spire. 17 miles (27km) from the coast.

Norwich

Norwich in Norfolk, is a mixture of both old and new and has the most complete medieval street pattern in England, with over 1500 historic buildings all contained within its walled centre. 17 miles (27km) from the coast.

Norwich

Norwich in Norfolk, a lively open air market has been a feature of Norwich life since Norman times, and these brightly coloured stalls are very much a part of Norwich life today. 17 miles (27km) from the coast.

Old Hunstanton

Old Hunstanton in Norfolk, for those looking for a quieter holiday location yet within easy access of a lively seaside resort. On the coast and 40 miles (65km) from Norwich.

Overstrand

Overstrand in Norfolk a quiet holiday resort with good sandy beaches but a steep causeway down to the beach. On the coast and 20 miles (32km) from Norwich.

Ranworth

Ranworth in Norfolk, a popular place situated right on the Broads with a scattering of houses and a friendly village inn. 9 miles (15km) from the coast and 8 miles (13km) from Norwich.

Reepham

Reepham in Norfolk, a conservation village sitting in rich agricultural countryside between the valleys of the Bure and the Wensum. 13 miles (21km) from the coast and 12 miles (20km) from Norwich.

Rockland St Mary

Rockland St. Mary in Norfolk, where the Wherryman's Way long distance footpath passes through. 14 miles (22km) from the coast and 6 miles (9km) from Norwich.

Salthouse

Salthouse in Norfolk, a small conservation village of flint and white washed cottages. One mile (2km) from the coast and 24 miles (38km) from Norwich.

Sea Palling

Sea Palling in Norfolk, has fine sandy beaches backed by sand dunes all located in an AONB. On the coast and 16 miles (26km) from Norwich.

Sheringham

Sheringham in Norfolk, a traditional seaside town with an attractive old-fashiond atmosphere. On the coast and 22 miles (36km) from Norwich.

Snettisham

Snettisham in Norfolk, surrounded by fenland and bird sanctuaries. On the coast and 38 miles (61km) from Norwich.

South Creake

South Creake in Norfolk, the River Burn flows through the village and to reach their homes locals have to cross over small wooden bridges. 7 miles (11km) from the coast 28 miles (46km) from Norwich.

Stalham

Stalham in Norfolk part of the Norfolk Broads system. 3 miles (5km) from the coast and 14 miles (21km) from Norwich.

Stanhoe

Stanhoe in Norfolk, a small village with a large duck pond. 6 miles (10km) from the coast and 32 miles (52km) from Norwich.

Stokesby

Stokesby in Norfolk, this small riverside village is located on the River Bure deep in the heart of Broadlands within an area known as the Broads National Park. 6 miles (10km) from the coast and 12 miles (20km) from Norwich.

Stow Mill

Stow Mill, a tower corn mill, is situated on the north east coast of Norfolk in the parish of Paston and is open to the public.

Swaffham

Swaffham in Norfolk a hustley bustley Georgian market town with a large wedge shaped Market Place flanked by 18th century buildings. 17 miles (28km) from the coast and 25 miles (41km) from Norwich.

Ten Mile Bank

Ten Mile Bank in Norfolk, is a fenland hamlet located between Hilgay Fen and Great West Fen. 18 miles (29km) from the coast and 40 miles (64km) from Norwich.

Thetford

Thetford in Norfolk, an ancient town with modern blood in its veins. 31 miles (50km) from the coast and 27 miles (44km) from Norwich.

Thornage

Thornage in Norfolk, situated in the Glaven Valley and spread along the B1110. 6 miles (9km) from the coast and 21 miles (33km) from Norwich.

Thornham

Thornham in Norfolk renowned for its natural beauty and a popular place for bird watchers with mile upon mile of beautiful marshes etched by veins of salt water. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 38 miles 61km from Norwich.

Thurne

Thurne in Norfolk, a bijou riverside village deep in the Norfolk Broads. 7 miles (11km) from the coast and 11 miles (18km) from Norwich.

Warham

Warham in Norfolk, with quaint flint and cobble cottages and old world charm. 4 miles (6km) from the coast and 27 miles (44km) from Norwich.

Wells-next-the-Sea

Wells-next-the-Sea in Norfolk, at the quayside are stalls selling locally caught mussels, dressed crabs, cockles and samphire. Or you can partake of a portion of fish and chips whilst overlooking the harbour.2 miles (4km) from the coast and 30 miles (47km) from Norwich.

West Raynham

West Raynham in Norfolk an ideal location for cyclists and walkers. 13 miles (21km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

West Runton

West Runton in Norfolk, the village clings to a cliff area known as the Cromer Ridge. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

West Somerton

West Somerton in Norfolk, this pocket-sized village is the birthplace of the Norfolk Giant whose sarcophagus can be found in the churchyard. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 16 miles (25km) from Norwich.

Weybourne

Weybourne in Norfolk, through which the North Norfolk Steam Railway runs. One mile (2km) from the coast and 22 miles (36km) from Norwich.

Winterton on Sea

Winterton on Sea in Norfolk, an ancient seaside village with a back drop of white wind turbines. On the coast and 17 miles (28km) from Norwich.

Wiveton

Wiveton in Norfolk, the narrow lanes of this small village wind and twist to no particular plan flanked by houses and cottages of all shapes and sizes. One mile (2km) from the coast and 24 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Wolferton

Wolferton in Norfolk, a tranquil village located in a froth of woodland greenery. 1 mile (2km) from the coast and 38 miles (61km) from Norwich.

Wroxham

Wroxham in Norfolk in the heart of Broadland, the starting place for river trips both of short and long duration. 10 miles (16km) from the coast and 7 miles (11km) from Norwich.

Wymondham

Wymondham in Norfolk, the largest town in South Norfolk, a handsome historic thriving market town dominated by the massive towers of its Abbey Church. 25 miles (40km) from the coast and 9 miles (14km) from Norwich.

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