Norfolk is possibly most famous for the man-made Broads, a National Park with over 125 miles of navigable lock-free waterways set in beautiful countryside and studded with charming and picturesque towns and villages. Alongside the historic city of Norwich and beautiful coastline it is no wonder the Guardian has featured Norfolk as one of the best places to go on holiday in 2018. 


If you have seen Blue Planet II and been inspired by the UK's marine wildlife then you should head to Norfolk to see the vast Seal colonies. The favoured spot to see the seals is Blakeney Point where you can see them being born throughout Summer and winter.

Norwich will also see the arrival of the new National Centre for writing located the the newley renovated Dragon Hall creating a new focal point for the Unesco city of literature. 

A large scale art installation will be found at the beach of Wells-next-the-sea this year also. 

So in general lots to see and do in this beautiful place with lots to see and do from countryside to coast!