East Anglia is a region of fine contrasts with flat farmland and reels of countryside extending out to attraction-packed seaside resorts, royal estates and ancient settlements.
There’s something for all tastes here. Norfolk and Suffolk share a glorious and largely untamed coastline, which is laced with a score of traditional seaside towns and sandy Blue Flag beaches. Inland, the scene is just as appealing, with medieval towns and villages full of history and culture.
Adventure is always waiting too in the forests and on the network of rivers and lakes that make up the Norfolk Broads. Let’s not forget either that this is the bird-watching capital of Britain with a magnificent variety of bird life making the nature reserves their home.