With Norfolk set to be hotter than the Algarve this weekend, lots of us will be heading outside to make the most of the sun.

Here are the best places to enjoy a sunny day, according to our readers.

1. Sheringham Park

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Run by the National Trust, the park has ancient woodland, a wild garden and views of the coast.

The site also has a café, a second-hand bookshop and a tower with a gazebo for 360° views.

2. Old Hunstanton

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Next to the larger resort of Hunstanton, this beach has famous striped cliffs and is the only place on the east coast to see the sunset.

The sandy shores are known as a great place for fossil hunting and rock-pooling.

3. Thetford Forest

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With 72 square miles of land, the forest has a patchwork of pines, heathland and broadleaves to explore.

One of the five main visitor sites, High Lodge, has parking, play areas, a café and an open space for picnics.

4. Horsey Gap

Eastern Daily Press: The Sunday Times has named Horsey Gap as one of the best beaches in the UK. Picture: JP Appleton

Horsey Gap is a quiet and unspoilt beach away from seaside attractions and crowds. 

Known for being home to a huge seal colony, you may even spot a seal bobbing around in the water during your visit.

5. The Broads

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This manmade National Park has 60 open areas of water along seven rivers - the Ant, Bure, Chet, Thurne, Waveney, Wensum and Yare.

There are many companies along the Broads which rent out day boats, paddleboards, canoes and kayaks for visitors.

6. Eaton Park

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Located just outside the centre of Norwich, Eaton Park has 80 acres to explore with a boat pond and crazy golf.

With a Green Flag Award, the park has a bandstand, a café, a skate park, a miniature railway and a playground.

7. Great Yarmouth 

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By the pier, Yarmouth has sandy and stony shores with lifeguards from April to September.

On the promenade, there are fish and chip shops, ice cream stalls, arcades and - everything you need for a beach trip.