Three Norfolk routes have been named in a list of the best walks in the country. 

A survey carried out by Ordnance Survey for ITV's Britain's Favourite Walks listed the top 100 routes as voted for by more than 8,000 walking enthusiasts.

It was the largest survey ever conducted into the UK’s hiking habits.

1. Blakeney Point

A great walk for wildlife fans, this route includes a sand and shingle spit which is home to seals during the breeding season.

A distance of 7.5 miles, this route is said to be of easy level by Ordnance Survey.

Eastern Daily Press: Blakeney PointBlakeney Point (Image: Mike Page)

2. Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path

At 83.1 miles, this route is one for dedicated walkers, with the option to just do parts of the coastal route to suit your preferred distance.

It runs from Hunstanton east to Hopton-On-Sea along the Norfolk coast.

Eastern Daily Press: Peddars WayPeddars Way (Image: Newsquest)

3. Wells-next-the-Sea

This 8.5-mile walk along the coastline follows the sandy beaches, pine woodland and colourful beach huts.

Eastern Daily Press: Wells-next-the-SeaWells-next-the-Sea (Image: Steve Norris)

You can find the map of the routes here.