Places

Places

The Norfolk Broads area has recently acquired the title of The Broads National Park, but to the locals it is fondly referred to as Broadland.  The Norfolk Broads has lots of picturesque, quaint villages and towns to visit. They all exude a quiet charm and most have an interesting history.  Some are situated on the riverbank in full view and others are tucked away down peaceful rural lanes just waiting for you walk around the corner and discover. The Norfolk Broads area has survived for centuries on commerce associated with the water, for example, the trading wherries plying the rivers, the thatching industry harvesting the reeds and of course agriculture, growing grain for beer, whisky not just as a staple food. Many of the villages still have cottage industries to explore, potters, basket weavers, pickle and condiment producers, mills still grinding flour to name but a few.  It is not all work though, there are loads of family attractions, pubs, restaurants and cafes welcoming all who venture near, so as there is so much to find and enjoy in and around the Norfolk Broads, please visit as many places as you can and have fun.

Discover Norfolk
Acle
Acle
Beccles
Beccles
Brundall
Brundall
Bungay
Bungay
Catfield
Catfield
Coltishall
Coltishall
Great Yarmouth
Great Yarmouth
Hemsby
Hemsby
Hickling
Hickling
Horning
Horning
Horsey
Horsey
Loddon
Loddon
Ludham
Ludham
Martham
Martham
Neatishead
Neatishead
Norwich
Norwich
Ormesby St Michael
Ormesby St Michael
Oulton Broad
Oulton Broad
Potter Heigham
Potter Heigham
Ranworth
Ranworth
Reedham
Reedham
Salhouse
Salhouse
Somerleyton
Somerleyton
South Walsham
South Walsham
Stalham
Stalham
Thorpe St Andrew
Thorpe St Andrew
Winterton on Sea
Winterton on Sea
Worstead
Worstead
Wroxham
Wroxham