Royal Norfolk Coast visitor guide
Wild salt marshes, sweeping sands, lavender fields and grand Royal estates…
A coastline that is well known for its panoramic sunsets and rare wildlife, steeped in history and home to the Queen herself, the Royal Norfolk Coast really is not to be missed. Whether you prefer travelling by car, two wheels or simply by foot, pottering along the coast road will reward you with breathtaking views out to sea. Head inland to discover pretty villages, each with their own unique character and a splattering of great pubs to fill your belly. Highlights in this area include a trip to the Sandringham Estate, where the Queen spends every Christmas with her family, the rolling fields of Lavender at Heacham and the two RSPB Nature Reserves at Titchwell at Snettisham.
To find out more about the Royal Norfolk Coast head below.