Hunstanton has been a popular seaside resort for nearly 150 years and still retains a lot of its Victorian elegance. All the traditional seaside facilities and attractions are available including the 'sea buggy' which gives trips up and down the coast.
The cliffs have an unusual red strata colouring that really comes alive at sunset.
Hunstanton's Local Attractions
At the Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary you can embark upon a fascinating journey beneath the sea and come face to face with species as diverse as Sharks, Otters, Penguins, Rays and Seahorses.
Caley Mill was originally a water mill for grinding corn. Built in the local carrstone in the 19th century, and now set in its garden of lavender, roses and herbs, it has become a distinctive Norfolk landmark. In the grounds is housed the National Collection of Lavenders, each variety or species in its own bed. There are over 100 different lavenders to see and smell.
With a range of craft, including some facinating amphibious vehicles you can take to the seas on one of a number of tours of the wash, local waters and possibly seal spotting on local sandbanks.