PLACES TO VISIT
Corton is a small coastal village 3 miles north of Lowestoft on the Suffolk/Norfolk border and is home to the popular tourist attraction of Pleasurewood Hills and nearby are the long, golden sandy beaches of Lowestoft and Gorleston-on-sea. The cliffs and beach at Corton form part of a stretch of Suffolk coastline known as the 'Sunrise Coast' and Ness-Point in Lowestoft is the UK's most easterly point - which means guests at corton villas' self catering holiday accommodation can be among the first to greet the rising sun.
There are miles of beautiful golden sandy beaches to explore and enjoy along the curving coastline of the Norfolk and Suffolk shores.
Corton, Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Gorleston, Walberswick, Cromer, Sea Palling, California, Scratby and Hemsby are but a few from which to choose for a traditional day by the sea.
There are so many local attractions at which to spend a fun filled day such as Pleasurewood Hills, Africa Alive, BeWILDerwood also How Hill Trust and Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens.
Spend a day or two at Great Yarmouth with so much to offer such as Joyland for the younger children or the Pleasure Beach for the more daring. Also the Sealife Centre, Pirates Cove and the superb Hippodrome Circus and so much more
The local area is full of market towns such as Beccles and Halesworth, quaint villages such as Somerleyton and stunning coastal villages such as Southwold with it's historic pier.
The spectacular Norfolk and Suffolk Broads, are Britain's largest protected wetland and third largest inland waterway, with the status of a national park. Why not head to one of the popular river side villages such as Horning or Wroxham a take a river cruise or hire a day boat to explore the beautiful scenery. The nearby Oulton Broad is a very popular place to go for water-sports such as; sailing, canoeing, rowing & boating.
Then there is the Fine City of Norwich (the second largest and most complete medieval city in the Britain) with its Norman Castle, Cathedral and Market Place along with the charming timber framed houses that line Elm Hill and not forgetting it's status as one of the top shopping destinations in the UK.