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Top Sights in East Anglia & Lincolnshire

From the buzz of fun-loving Great Yarmouth to the silence of the Norfolk Broads. From the golden shores of Skegness to the beauty of the Lincolnshire Wolds, you'll find there's an experience and attraction to suit everyone when booking a holiday in Norfolk and Lincolnshire.

Families have their pick of seaside resorts in both East Anglia and Lincolnshire and many of the traditional favourites have pristine, Blue Flag award-winning beaches, including Mablethorpe, Cromer and Southwold. Not to mention all the classic amusements, funfair rides and yummy fish and chips they have in store!

Reasons to Visit East Anglia and Lincolnshire

  • Miles of sand stretching from Mablethorpe to Lowestoft
  • An abundance of opportunities to meet the local wildlife
  • Crab sandwiches, ale and traditional fish and chips are all on the menu
  • Ten glorious holiday parks along the east coast
  • Family activities galore, both on park and beyond
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Breathtaking Beaches

Beachwise, there really is something for everyone in East Anglia and Lincolnshire.

Whether you want to be amongst the excitement and the arcades of Great Yarmouth, or you wish to utilise the relaxed Kessingland Beach as a base for your Suffolk holiday, this region has it all for an ideal bucket and spade break.

For a real isolated feel, consider the very quiet micro-resort of Anderby Creek just up the coast from Skegness, which is a great dog-friendly beach amongst many others in the region, because your pooch needs a holiday too!

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History & Culture

This part of the world can leave you spoiled with the sheer variety of historical and cultural sights available. Lincoln’s pretty mix of Roman and medieval structures should keep you occupied for a day at the very least.

A visit to Norwich Cathedral is also highly recommended - if only to see if you can find the English Civil War musket ball still embedded in a wall from hundreds of years ago! The city itself is a buzzing arts and culture hub with plenty of events occurring across venues all year round.

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Amazing Attractions

For some traditionally British seaside thrills, it’s difficult to look past Great Yarmouth’s famous Pleasure Beach, which boasts the iconic Roller Coaster - one of the oldest of its kind still operational and within easy reach of our Great Yarmouth holiday parks.

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Stunning Scenery

You can feel like you’re at the edge of the world when admiring the view from any of our east coast locations, the horizon stretching endlessly out into the North Sea.

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