Just 6 miles from the Norfolk Broads and 30 minutes from the richly historical city of Norwich, Mundesley is a quaint undiscovered Norfolk village with a breathtaking beach and stunning walks.
For an adventure in the great outdoors, Norfolk is an absolute must, as the driest county in the UK. The whole county is about the enjoyment of the fresh air, big skies and absolutely stunning views, and is home to Britain’s largest protected wetland, nature reserves of international importance, and over 90 miles of unspoilt, award-winning coastline.
The nearby Cromer beach is delightfully sandy and home to delicious fresh crab, while the Pavilion Theatre on the Pier boasts annual summer and winter shows which draw crowds from far and wide! Just 45 minutes away, the action-packed town of Great Yarmouth with crazy golf, trampolines, boat trips, donkey rides, and a range of attractions and amusements is great for entertaining the kids! And for something totally different, nearby Holt, brimming with 18th-century Georgian buildings hiding delightful courtyards and alleyways, is a stunning town, home to art galleries, antiques and book shops and delicious eateries.
Norfolk’s famous coastline is bursting with wide open, empty beaches, perfect for a proper bucket-and-spade holiday with the family. This is where the expanse of the skies truly bursts with life and fills you with joy. Dotted along the horizon are yachts and powerboats while nearer to shore you’ll find surfers, kayakers, kite-surfers and so much more. While lining the beaches are hundreds of candy-coloured beach huts, dazzling promenades with candyfloss and fish and chips and of course, the romantic dunes with endless hidden spots for barbeques and family fun.
No matter where you venture to, you’ll always be met with either a woodland adventure park, a winding forest trail or for a day indoors, perhaps even an award-winning museum. And for hiking, look no further. Stretching from Holme-next-the-Sea all the way to Cromer, the 45-mile long Norfolk Coastal Path through this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offers some of the best birdwatching in the UK, a glimpse of the seals on Blakeney Point, and the earliest evidence of humans found outside The Great Rift Valley in Africa on the Deep History Coast. The path weaves itself through tidal creeks and salt marshes, shingle, luscious fields and enormous sandy beaches – and as Norfolk is a haven for wildlife and birds, you’ll have plenty to admire throughout.
from £3,000 per week
Active families who enjoy outdoor pursuits
Two families holidaying together
Beach house escape
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