With a working harbour, this jolly seaside resort
has something of interest round every corner.
The dune-filled beach set amidst pinewoods is
a mile from the town and is best reached
either on foot or via a miniature railway.
Each August the town stages a regatta, but sailboarding and water skiing are always on the agenda. Interesting properties include timber-framed Ware Hall House and the Victorian Church of St Nicholas, rebuilt in 1880.
|A few miles away is the pilgrimage centre of Little Walsingham where a shrine to the Virgin Mary was established by a ‘miracle’ in the 11th century. The Wells and Walsingham Light Railway covers four miles and is the longest track using a 10 and a quarter inch gauge in the world. A steam loco was specially built for use on the line.|