Overnight visits to the east of England soar - as we take a look at Visit Norfolk’s top 21 sights in the county

The long sweep of Blakeney Point looking west. The point is constantly being shaped by the action of

The long sweep of Blakeney Point looking west. The point is constantly being shaped by the action of currents and tides. - Credit: Archant

From the red chalk cliffs at Hunstanton to the hustle and bustle of vibrant Norwich market - as it emerges that overnight visits to the east have risen, we look at Visit Norfolk's top 21 must-see sights in the county.

Norwich Castle keep exterior.

Norwich Castle keep exterior. - Credit: Archant

Favourites including Cromer Pier, Norwich Cathedral and Great Yarmouth's golden mile make the list, while the Brecks' pingos, a rare type of pond, are perhaps one of the more obscure entries.

The full list, in no particular order, is:

• Cromer Pier

Cromer Pier for the EDP Norfolk Magazine. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Cromer Pier for the EDP Norfolk Magazine. Picture: Matthew Usher.


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• Blickilng Hall

• Great Yarmouth's golden mile

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• Holkham Hall

• Castle Rising

• Norfolk Broads

• Wells beach huts

• Hunstanton cliffs

• Norwich Cathedral

• Felbrigg Hall

• Blakeney Point

• Sandringham House

• Castle Acre

• Thetford Forest

• Poppy Line

• Pingos

• Norwich Market

• Oxburgh Hall

• Sheringham Park

• Burgh Castle

• King's Lynn

While it is certainly a fine selection, can you think of any that Visit Norfolk have missed? For their list, click here.

• Tweet us your suggestions to @EDP24 using hashtag #VisitNorfolk or leave your comments below.

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