The Norfolk Broads, lately referred to as The Broads National Park, is a lovely place and you will be so happy to have chosen this area to explore. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty and for those of us who are lucky enough to live here, we can only agree with this statement.
Locals prefer to call the area Broadland which, as some of the rivers and broads make their way into neighbouring Suffolk, could be considered a more inclusive name for this beautiful part of England.
The countryside is undulating and mostly agricultural, so the colours of the landscape are ever changing and there are the most lovely villages and towns to explore not to mention the beautiful Rivers Yare, Ant, Waveney, Chet and Bure that meander their leisurely way through connecting the beautiful inland lakes or Broads, creating the waterways and wetlands that make up The Norfolk Broads.
To the eastern side of the Norfolk Broads, the sandy beaches and stunning coastline caress the Broads at Horsey Mere with the salt water of the North Sea coming within a hare's breathe of the fresh water of the Broads.
Click here 'Explore" or on the button at the top of the page to get a taster of Broadland life, begin your journey of the Norfolk Broads, where to go, what to do and what to see. We hope you enjoy your experience and come and visit soon to see for yourself all that the Norfolk Broads have to offer.