Norfolk, is the driest county of Britain. It has a natural, unspoilt coastline with clean sandy beaches, where many people enjoy summer holidays, relaxing or boating by the sea. It is famous for its fens, which are drained and reclaimed marshes and bogs, and for the 200km of rivers and shallow lakes known as the 'Norfolk Broads', popular for boating holidays. This is the county where swans, geese, wigeon and pochard overwinter, where particular wetland plants flourish and dragonflies make their home. Windmills, reminders of an industrial past, still stand as landmarks.
The Norfolk Coast Path runs from Hunstanton in the West to Cromer in the east and takes the visitor through a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Wildlife is plentiful. With many laid out paths and trails, it's an ideal location for ramblers. Being rather flat, Norfolk is also excellent for cyclists. Some of the finest nature reserves in the country await your pleasure. Bird watchers will be in their seventh heaven. The bird sanctuary at Titchwell has large reed beds, both sea and freshwater lagoons which are home to many types of wader. Visitors can take a boat trip to visit the seals at Scolt Head.
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