Norfolk may well be the birdwatching capital of Britain. It certainly has Premier League status nature reserves – just the names of Titchwell, Cley, Holkham, Blakeney, Snettisham and Welney make birdwatchers weak at the knees. There’s plenty to see whatever the time of year.
North Norfolk is also famous for its seal colonies at Blakeney and Sea Palling. With the numerous bird reserves and sanctuaries along the coast, as well as its natural abundance of wildlife in the countryside. Norfolk offers the ideal opportunity to get close to nature.