There really is no better place to explore Norfolk and Suffolk from than Hemsby Beach. This beautiful county has so much to offer, such as seaside resorts like Great Yarmouth, stunning natural beauty spots like the Winterton Nature Reserve and the Broads National Park, and a fantastic city, Norwich, which is known for its history, heritage and great shopping experience.
Visiting Norfolk & Suffolk
One of the advantages of holidaying at Hemsby Beach Holiday Park is its location on the stunning Norfolk coastline – another is its proximity to the beautiful Broads National Park. You can explore the area via the many footpaths and nature reserves, or take to the water with Richardson’s Day Boat Hire.
This UNESCO City of Literature is a cultural hub, brimming with history, creativity, hospitality, shopping opportunities… and fun! Of course, there are far more things to see and do in the ‘capital of Norfolk’ than we can possibly cover here, but our handy destination guide will give you some top itinerary ideas for a day trip to this fine city.
From the bright lights and buzzing atmosphere of the amusement arcades, to the heritage museums, wide beaches, delicious ice creams and variety of family attractions, you can be sure of a full day of fun in the traditional seaside resort of Great Yarmouth! Here are some top suggestions for your visit.
The UK’s most easterly town – and one of the first to witness the sun rise each morning – Lowestoft in Suffolk is a classic seaside resort with an award-winning Blue Flag beach that’s a longstanding favourite among families.
They may be a little further away from the lively resort of Great Yarmouth and the cultural city of Norwich, but these beautiful north Norfolk coastal towns are well worth the journey to discover their rich heritage, breathe in the sea air, play on the beach and tuck into some fish and chips or an ice cream on the prom.
The Burnhams is a group of six picturesque villages clustered around the River Burn on the north Norfolk coastline, around an hour and a half’s drive from Hemsby. There’s Burnham Overy Staithe, Burnham Thorpe (birthplace of Horatio Nelson!), Burnham Overy Town, Burnham Deepdale, Burnham Norton and Burnham Market, which is the largest and perhaps the best known of them all.