Travel to Waxham Village in Norfolk

Waxham is a beautiful small village located in Norfolk, East Anglia. Waxham serves as a popular tourist attraction for visitors looking for a quiet place to relax and unwind. The picturesque village is an attraction in itself, but there are three buildings in the village of Waxham that all visitors should take the time to view. These buildings include Waxham Hall, St. Johnís Church, and the 16th century Waxham Barn. Waxham Barn being the largest restored barn in the entire Norfolk area, and was recently reopened for public viewing. The small town of Waxham is overflowing with natural beauty, and is frequently visited by tour buses, or by couples looking for a spot to enjoy a romantic picnic.

Waxham & Sea Palling Famous for Sandy Beaches

Waxham and nearby Sea Palling are well known for the elegant stretches of sandy beach. The beach stretches for miles, lining the small town of Waxham, offering holiday makers soft sand and a gentle breeze throughout most of the day. The beach land that stretches along the small confines of Waxham is the second-most popular beach in all of Norfolk. This long stretch of beach has been slowly gaining in popularity in the new millennium, after being featured in television and film. Waxham is definitely a place to visit to spend time relaxing or with your loved ones as there are many historic sights and places to see. As well as enjoying the beautiful village and beaches of Waxham, there are a number of surrounding attractions in the Norfolk area that will keep the whole family occupied during your stay.

Sea Palling Village near Waxham & Cromer in Norfolk

Sea Palling is a small village in Norfolk and Waxham actually lies within Sea Palling County Parish. Many of the visitors that enjoy the scenery in Waxham actually stay in holiday accommodation in Sea Palling. The small village is well known for their quaint bed and breakfasts, and is supported mainly through tourism within the area.
Cromer is only around 20 miles East of Waxham and is a coastal town as well as a civil parish in Norfolk. They are famous for their delectable seafood, most notably the 'Cromer Crab', as well as the towns rich history. Cromer first earned its title as a holiday resort after several prominent Norwich banking families made the small city their summer home. Since then, tourism has become an important part of the area, and several 5-star golf courses have opened up, attracting many pro-golfers over the last 25 years.

A visit to Waxham is a must when in the Norfolk area

Anyone who visits Norfolk should most definitely stay in Waxham or nearby in the surrounding area of Sea Palling to gain a sense of the beautiful beaches and views that this region is known for. Waxham is the epitome of small Norfolk villages and will serve as a serene vacation destination, with its historic churches that have been standing for centuries and amazing beaches that will take your breath away. Be sure to visit Waxham on your next trip to Norfolk to experience the quiet life that is offered in a such an area of natural beauty. The views are some of the best in the area, and the beaches are among some of the best in the entire world.

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