The Norfolk Broads
Beachside Holidays is situated on the Norfolk Coast with easy access to the Norfolk Broads National Park.
The Norfolk and Suffolk Broads is Britain's largest protected wetland and third largest inland waterway, with the status of a national park. It's also home to some of the rarest plants and animals in the UK. The Broads Authority was set up in 1989, with responsibility for conservation, planning, recreation and waterways.
The Norfolk Broads is a fascinating area with a rich history, reflected in the many wonderful places to visit and the unique wildlife. There are restored windmills, medieval churches, beautiful gardens and great places for family visits. If you enjoy walking or cycling, there are also many routes to choose from.
For many people, a great way to explore the Norfolk Broads is by water, as much of the history of the Norfolk Broads revolves around the way the rivers have been used over the years. For many, the charm of the Norfolk Broads rests on the illusion of remoteness you get when you're on the water. You can be near a village without knowing that there is anybody or anything for miles around. So, whatever you do, try to get afloat and you will find much to surprise and delight you.
Boat Hire -The Norfolk Broads has been a popular
destination for boating holidays since the Victorians 'discovered' the pleasures
of sailing its waterways in the late 19th century. Today's boats are very easy
to handle and are a most enjoyable way to see this unique and enchanting
wetland, with over 125 miles (200 km) of lock-free waters to explore. Motor
cruisers and yachts from 2-12 berth can be hired from boat yards throughout the
Norfolk Broads and are available weekly, as well as for short breaks and longer
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