The Norfolk Broads
The Norfolk Broads are Britain's largest protected wetland, home to many species of plants, birds and other wildlife; they are even classed as a National Park. The Broads are made up of over 200 miles of navigable, connecting rivers, dykes and cuts that, from which you can sail right into the centre of Norwich, or as far east as Great Yarmouth.
There is plenty to do for all the family. There is a large network of cycle paths leading to numerous conservation centres, the footpaths are endless, or you could even hire a boat for the day!
For more information, please visit: Visit Norwich