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Mundesley

Mundesley is a family holiday resort with a wonderful sandy beach, considered one of the best in Norfolk, with safe swimming for youngsters when the tide is out. The village contains a number of facilities including a small number of shops, eating places, pubs, tea rooms and possibly the smallest museum in the country - the Maritime Museum. Mundesley church sits perched overlooking the sea and the coast path is great for walks.
Mundesley beach

Stow Mill

Stow Mill

Stow Mill was built as a flour mill in around 1826 by James Gaze. The windmill was operational until 1930, when most of its interior machinery was removed and turned into a small home. In 1960 it was redeemed, when it was selected for preservation by Norfolk County Council and since then it has been maintained and restored by private owners with the help of donations and admission charges. This wonderful windmill is open to visitors most days, and there is an adjacent small shop. Ladders allow you to climb the floors of the mill and view the stone, bin and dust floors.

Norfolk Broads

The Norfolk Broads landscape is one of beauty and peace, of water, marsh, woodland and wide skies - with views of church towers and windmills. There is abundant wildlife including many rare butterflies and dragonflies. Visit Broadland and you can enjoy many activities including Norfolk boating, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, walking, fishing and cycling.
Norfolk Broads
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