Where you'll find us relaxing next summer
Norfolk Broads holidays combine some of Britain's most breathtaking natural scenery with pretty villages and wonderful wildlife. If you're already thinking ahead to next year and wondering where to go for a UK break in 2021, the Broads National Park is well worth the trip for social-distancing in the countryside.
With over 125 miles of waterways, rare plants and wildlife including bitterns, plus a beautiful steam train Norfolk has to offer visitors looking for an unforgettable experience, the Norfolk Broads is a must-see in the summer months.
The quintessential village of Wroxham is the capital of the Norfolk Broads and is home to picturesque cottages lining the banks of the River Bure. The Bure Valley Railway is another highlight and is the perfect alternative to getting around by boat. The train ride will take you back in time as you soak up the beautiful surroundings.
Meanwhile, the quaint village of Horning, Norfolk's iconic mills and the grey seals of Horsey are other things you'll want to see in the Norfolk Broads.
Ahead of Prima's dream trips to Norfolk next summer (check them out here), we've rounded up some beautiful photos of how Norfolk Broads holidays should be done - from spotting cute seal pups on the beach at Horsey to browsing the cute cottages along the River Bure.
We have two amazing staycations in Norfolk: one where we'll be joined by former royal correspondent Jennie Bond on a visit to the Sandringham Estate in July 2021, and another, which takes in the railways, Broads and more in August 2021.
Need a little more inspiration? Scroll through these beautiful photos of the Norfolk Broads.