Great Yarmouth is uniquely located on a sandbank between the North Sea and the river Yare, with beautiful Norfolk Broads to the south, west and north-west. You'll find lovely seaside towns and villages all along the coastline, surrounded by stunning Norfolk countryside, dotted with windmills. As you follow the rivers inland, with yacht sails floating above the hedgerows, there are more countryside villages to explore.
Take time to explore the 15 miles of beach along the Greater Yarmouth coastline and our traditional piers.
The Golden Mile alongside Central Beach is where it's at for holiday fun and great family entertainment.
Discover seaside towns and villages along the 15 miles of Greater Yarmouth coastline.
Create great memories and enjoy great days out in Great Yarmouth's fantastic range of attractions.
Great Yarmouth beaches form a stunning coastline with something to suit everyone, from quiet deserted beaches with sand dunes and not another soul in sight to traditional seaside family fun beaches with bouncy castles, deck chairs and donkey rides usually found at Hemsby, Great Yarmouth and Gorleston-on-Sea. Don't miss the Golden Mile along Great Yarmouth seafront when you're here. Greater Yarmouth boasts a total of 15 miles of glorious golden beaches to choose from, stretching from Hopton-on-Sea in the south right up to Winterton-on-Sea in the north before you get into North Norfolk.
In Great Yarmouth itself, with Britannia Pier to the north and Wellington Pier to the south, Central Beach stretches along the Golden Mile of seafront amusements, entertainment and attractions with plenty of restaurants and cafés, making it one of the best places to visit. Gorleston-on-Sea with its huge bay, children's paddling pool and yacht pond is a firm family favourite beach along with the spacious beach at Hemsby Hole.
Escape inland for wide open skies, Norfolk countryside, quaint Norfolk villages and the famous Norfolk Broads where day boats, canoes and stand up paddleboards can be hired. The nearest place to hire a day boat in the borough is in Martham or St. Olaves. Rollesby, Ormesby and Filby surround the famous, tranquil Trinity Broads with some fabulous walks and great places to eat and admire the view where rowing boats can also be hired.
We've also got some great open spaces and parks, with nautically themed playgrounds for the kids to tear around.
If you're looking for somewhere to go for a bite to eat, we've got hundreds of places to eat in Greater Yarmouth; you can find restaurants, pubs, tea rooms and cafés to tempt every taste bud and suit every pocket in every town and village.
Welcome to Greater Yarmouth, where you're guaranteed to have a fun holiday with plenty of places to visit.