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The Norfolk Broads is a great place for a boating holiday as you have miles of safe woodland and reed lined waterways to explore

An Introduction to Norfolk Broads Boating Holidays

Ludham Bridge
Salhouse Moored
Riverside Park
Mooring Staithe
Belaugh Staithe

The Norfolk Broads is a great place to come for your boating holiday. The Norfolk Broads are the largest wetland in Britain and is specially protected with the equivalent status of a national park. There are six rivers connecting forty broads, making over 200km of waterways in all, and just waiting to be explored. Water, reeds, marshes and tangled woodlands make up the Broadland landscape - a haven for birds and wildlife. Places to visit include nature reserves, churches, windmills, craft centres, and numerous waterside villages with pubs, shops and restaurants.

Pictures of a Broads boating holiday!

River Bure at Horning
Cruising on the river Bure at Horning
An aerial view of Barton Broad
Hunsett Mill
Hunsett drainage mill on the River Ant
Hickling Heath
An aerial view of Hickling Heath
Wroxham Bridge
Wroxham Bridge over the River Bure
Sutton Broad
Boats cruising over Sutton Broad
Irstead Fishing
Fishing from a Staithe
Barton Turf
An aerial view of Cox's Marina, Barton Turf Satithe and the village
Geese Family
Enjoy the wildlife



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