Map of Norfolk

Norfolk Map for Walking

Use the Norfolk map for planning your walking days out, or for the serious walker we feature below the Peddars Way and the North Norfolk Coastal Path which are two contrasting trails that link at Holme and Hunstanton totalling around 96 miles.

The Norfolk Coast Path is spectacular and invigorating, where it is sometimes possible to imagine you are walking on the edge of the world. Follow this 50-mile stretch of wild and magnificent coastline from Hunstanton to Cromer.

Norfolk Coast Path approaching Sheringham

The Peddars Way is 46 miles long and travels, more or less, in an extraordinary straight line through perfect Norfolk countryside from Knettishall Heath to Holme. With some fascinating and unusual flora and fauna, it is suitable for a very wide range of ages and abilities.

Castle Acre

Walking along the ruined walls of Castle Acre

Finding peace and tranquility

From exploring the tranquil Norfolk Broads or a peaceful stroll in our beautiful countryside.

The magical Norfolk Broads comprise about 120 miles of navigable waterways – seven rivers and 63 broads, most of the latter only about 12 feet deep. Crusing on the Broads provides a feeling of peace and tranquillity – a sort of ‘detachment’ from all and sundry on the land – quite unlike anything else. View the Broads on the Norfolk Map around the areas of Wroxham, Horning, Ranworth, Potter Heigham and Horsey.

Sail boat on the Norfolk Broads

Cruising on the Norfolk Broads

The Norfolk Countryside is widely considered flat, although we do have a few good hills with some lovely picnic views. The countryside is full of fascinating and unusual flora and fauna, making it suitable for a very wide range of ages and abilities.

Wild flora in the Norfolk Countryside

Map of Norfolk for shopping

Norfolk has some fantastic places to shop beginning of course with Norwich. But not forgetting our wonderful market towns selling tasty local Norfolk produce and the best of Norfolk’s fine arts and crafts.

The historic City of Norwich boosts two shopping malls: Castle Mall and Chapelfield. The quaint and quirky Norwich Lanes – independent shops full of character and charm. The colourful bustling Norwich Market and many high streets full of popular names and brands.

Shoppers in Norwich

Gentlemans Walk is one of many Highstreets in Norwich

Other popular large shopping districts on our Norfolk map include: Kings Lynn, Thetford, Great Yarmouth, Dereham, Cromer, Sheringham and Hunstanton.

Some lovely Norfolk market towns to visit must include; Swaffham, Wymondham, Aylsham, Burnham Market, Holt and Fakenham.

The Butter Cross in Swaffham