Taking yourself off for a trip on the river is one of the best ways to explore and enjoy the countryside. Choose between hiring a vessel for an hour, a day, a week or more, and there are no shortage of types of craft to choose from. Water sports are well catered for with several centres where you can learn to sail, canoe or windsurf.
Activities on the Broads
Attractions range from a unique curious tree house adventure and junior barns to museums, mills and gardens. Get back to nature by following a trail, fishing or birdwatching. The Broads
have a packed programme of events from Easter onwards. Look out for The Broadcaster which can be picked up from Broads information centres.
The Norfolk Broads
is the place to discover picture postcard landscapes, ancient churches and numerous pretty villages. From Norfolk cottages, lodges and self-catering barns to boutique hotels, tipi’s and bed and breakfasts. A holiday in the Norfolk Broads
is enchanting, relaxing and inspiring!
Churches in the Broads
Ask anybody what they find distinctive about the Norfolk Broads
and following hard on the heels of the waterways and the big skies, it’s likely that they will mention the fabulous medieval churches that lend so much character to this unique wetland area.
Food & Drink on the Broads
Whether you want a quiet drink, a traditional tea, an elegant dinner or somewhere for a big celebration the Norfolk Broads
has it all. With great breweries plus farmers' markets and village shops you can even picnic in style!
Details about how to get to the Broads and how to travel around it, plus a map and useful information about visitor centres and Tourist Information Offices.