Once in west Norfolk, why not take the opportunity to explore by bus, by cycle or on foot. It’s a great way to really tune in to the pace of the countryside and take in the beautiful scenery.
The Coastliner bus service is a great way to explore the Norfolk coast. You can use it to travel between King’s Lynn, Hunstanton and Wells, with a changeover to Cromer. The service normally operates up to hourly, daily from May – September, with lower frequencies in spring, autumn and especially during winter.
The combination of the Norfolk Coast Path and the Coastliner bus offers excellent opportunities to leave the car behind and discover this beautiful part of our coastline.
Tel: 01553 611955
There are a host of cycle routes in west Norfolk including the Sustrans National Cycle Route 1 (Hull to Harwich) and National Route 11 which connects King’s Lynn with Cambridge, and will connect through to Harlow when fully completed. Visit www.sustrans.org.uk
For more west Norfolk cycle route information and cycle hire centres, visit our Cycling page.
There are many paths, bridleways, local and national trails to take you across the wide expanses of west Norfolk, and through our charming villages, on foot. For more information on trails and footpaths, visit our Walking page.
It is especially easy to get around on foot in King’s Lynn, with almost the whole town covered by self-guided trails and detailed walking maps (many to be found for free on our Guides and Publications page).