The Norfolk Coast is an area of outstanding natural beauty. The coastline is far from flat, despite Norfolk’s reputation. This remarkable landscape sculpted over the years by the North Sea has a fascinating mix of sandy and rocky beaches, salt marshes, seaside villages and undeveloped coastline.
There are many marked coastal walks for all ages and abilities from a simple stroll down the Sheringham Promenade, an appetite whetting walk up Beeston bump or a hike over to Cromer or Holt.
The coastal villages are well served by public transport, such as The Poppy Line and the Coasthopper bus service, so you need not worry about planning round routes or taking the car when exploring the countryside.