Norfolk is beautiful all year round but in July, when the wildlife starts buzzing again, it is the perfect place to spend the Summer holidays.
A walk along the banks of the Norfolk broads is a great way to enjoy your mornings. You’ll be sharing the rivers, lakes and ponds with the odd water vole or otter. And the broads are home to the swallowtail butterfly – which is only ever seen fluttering around these particular lakes in the UK.
You can even hire a boat for the day and explore all the different rivers. You’re bound to find a quiet spot to stop and enjoy a picnic. When the sun’s out, the Norfolk broads are definitely worth checking out. If you’re staying at any of the campsites Norfolk, you’re never going to be too far away from a great day out here.
Just a short drive to Great Yarmouth and you can be zooming around a rollercoaster at the Pleasure Beach. The log flumes and Waltzers bring it all back – the kids are going to love a trip to the fairground on their summer holidays.
It’s so much better when you have a relaxing holiday home to go back to at the end of the day. With everybody worn out from the day before, it’s chill out time on the holiday park. You can stay at Wild Duck, a great family park for touring holidays just a few miles from Great Yarmouth.
With pine trees surrounding the park, the woodland setting makes the holiday even more peaceful. There are heated indoor and outdoor pools, a Café Bar & Grill for food and drink, and all kinds of fun activities for the kids to enjoy. The natural woodland setting is great for short walks in the fresh air and with ShowBar entertainment at night, you won’t have to leave the park all day.
With everybody fully charged after a nice day on-park, you can head down to the nearby beach for another day out. Bring the snorkels because the water can be clear on a sunny day (if you’re brave enough to face the cold that is).
Norfolk has the best of both worlds with its amazing countryside and long sandy beaches. Why not book a break there and have an Summer holiday to remember?
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