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Situated on the east coast of England, north Norfolk has 45 miles of stunning coastline, beaches, big skies and breath-taking countryside.
From the unspoilt beaches at Wells-next-the-Sea, 2016 Beach of the Year, to the family friendly sands of Cromer and the Blue Flag beaches in Sheringham & Mundesley, north Norfolk's coastline offers something for everyone. Head inland to the countryside with its rich agricultural roots and you will discover market towns and villages, home to eateries, shops & artisans, as well as museums, stately homes and places of cultural and historical interest. And as Norfolk is the driest county in the UK, it's perfect to visit all year round.
To find out where to stay please see here: http://www.visitnorthnorfolk.com/stay/
For inspiration of things to see and do please see here: http://www.visitnorthnorfolk.com/see-and-do/
And to whet your appetite with food and drink ideas see here: http://www.visitnorthnorfolk.com/see-and-do/food-drink.aspx