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Activities in Norfolk
North West Norfolk has much to offer in the way of activities. Watersports and sailing at Hunstanton, Brancaster, Burnham Overy Staithe & Morston are a great daytime activity and information on how to book courses, lessons and rent boats is available online.
Fisherman can enjoy coastal fishing as well as a large offering in the fens. Horse riding is available for those interested in exploring the countryside, or even a beach, on horseback.
Norfolk boasts some of the UK’s best reserves for bird species in the UK. The coastline is full of mudflats, estuaries, sand dunes, beaches and marshes and is teeming with wildlife. Cley Marshes, Holme Dunes and RSPB Titchwell are well worth a visit. Inland you can enjoy the Breckland and Broads sites where numerous reserves are home to a wide variety of birds and wildlife. Strumpshaw Fen, Sculthorpe Moor and Thetford Forest are just a few.
With 9 golf courses in North West Norfolk alone, guests are presented with links courses and parkland courses to choose from.
The famous coastal links courses of Old Hunstanton, Brancaster & Sheringham are the most famous. Inland there are more great options; Swaffham, Kings Lynn, Heacham Manor to name but a few.
Attractions in the area are numerous and varied and cater for all the family. From famous houses, parks and gardens, to castles, churches, museums, heritage sites and working windmills there really is so much to see and do. Visit: www.visitwestnorfolk.com/things-to-do/attractions and www.visitnorfolk.co.uk/things-to-do
Guests of the Fring Estate have the option to pre-order bikes to their properties for some or all of their stay. These are a great way of exploring the local area both on road or trail.
There are mountain bikes and road bikes to choose from as well as children’s bikes and trailers.