Norfolk Broads National Park Map
A map of the Broads National Park area in Norfolk showing settlements, the main Rivers and Broads, and the Broads Authority Executive area. The Norfolk Broads is the most popular destination for boating holidays and leisure breaks in The UK.
Village of Brundall
Brundall is a picturesque riverside village on the north bank of the River Yare opposite Surlingham Broad in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. It is surrounded by beautiful Norfolk countryside, landscapes and views yet only a short distance from Norwich, Norwich Castle and other city attractions.
Horning - Pretty Waterside Village
Horning is an old and attractive waterside village on the northern bank of the River Bure in the Norfolk Broads National Park. This delightful village is situated between Wroxham and Ludham with the River Thurne located to the north and the area has a history dating back to the 11th century.
The charming riverside village of Potter Heigham is situated on the River Thurne and is an important boating and visitor centre on the Norfolk Broads. It is known as a perfect base for exploring the surrounding North Norfolk countryside, the waterways of the Norfolk Broads, the nature reserves and the local historic and natural attractions. The medieval bridge over the river dates from 1385.
Pretty Broadland Village of Reedham
Reedham is a pretty riverside village on the northern bank of the River Yare and provides the only road crossing point between Norwich and Great Yarmouth. The village has an attractive quay lined with pretty cottages, a shop, tea room, a couple of pubs and Pettitts Animal Adventure Park for family fun with rides, animals, live shows, dinosaur crazy golf and so much more.
Wroxham - Capital of the Broads
Wroxham is a delightful village situated at the heart of the Norfolk Broads on the southern side of the River Bure and is almost twinned with the village of Hoveton on the northern side of the river. Both villages have several boatyards and pleasure craft hire yards as well as some shops and local industry.