The perfect way to slow down. Take a boat along some of the 125 miles of waterways and enjoy life at a more manageable pace.
Whether you want to cruise in comfort, sail your own yacht or even paddle a canoe, the Norfolk Broads is just the place to do it. With no locks
or speed boats, you can relax and enjoy your holiday.
If you want to take to dry land, why not hire a bike or travel on foot to explore some of the 200 miles of paths and boardwalks. There
are plenty of sites to see like the wonderful view from the top of the tower at St. Helen's Church at Ranworth or thatch being cut by hand along the banks
of the rivers. You may even want to pop into one of the many friendly pubs.
The largest protected wetland in the UK is home to rare wildlife and many sightseeing trips are available to help you to explore, including
excursions on the innovative and beautiful solar craft the "Ra" which glides quietly through Barton Broad.