Mundesley Village


Mundesley is a large village on the North Norfolk coast, 7 miles south of Cromer. Full of charm and character,  It is ideally situated to explore all of Norfolk and has a good range of small shops and amenities, it has a long sandy beach offering safe bathing and long walks. Mundesley has been a European Blue Flag winner for several years. Families, children, and pets are welcome, there is walking, golf, sea and fresh water fishing nearby.


Mundesley is one of North Norfolk’s best kept secrets; a small but busy seaside village that offers the holiday maker a more traditional holiday. The wide stretches of sandy beach and shallow pools are an ideal playground for children of all ages, whilst the sea fishing provides good sport whichever part of the year you choose to visit.

Mundesley’s small village charm is very much in evidence. Flowers and hanging baskets are always a feature amongst the wide variety of shops that can be found in the village centre. A fine nine-hole golf course offers unrivalled views over the coast. If you enjoy country walks, Mundesley has plenty of footpaths and circular walks. Nearby Southrepps Common is an important area for wildlife. Covering some 12 hectares it is a mixture of woodland, reed grass and wild flowers.



North Norfolk

From Heacham in the west to Horsey in the east, North Norfolk is an exceptional holiday destination and within easy distance of road and rail.

Discover the stunning landscape – shaped by the sea, wind and rich local history. Whether you are looking for somewhere to relax and enjoy nature, an adventurous outdoor holiday with the family, or just a place to explore, North Norfolk has a unique atmosphere that is certain to delight.

From the unique beauty of the Broads to lively seaside towns, the wild and untamed coastline to market towns steeped in history – this website is here to guide you through the region and help you to plan your perfect North Norfolk holidays.

So much of the North Norfolk countryside has an untouched feel, with breath-taking views across beaches and fields and a wide expanse of sky – the perfect getaway.

If you’re not sure what’s waiting for you in Norfolk, why not browse our North Norfolk tourist information for holiday itineraries with inspiration for days out. You can even view or download our North Norfolk Holiday Guide to help plan your visit.

DSC_4190The Norfolk Broads is an ideal place for cycling; quiet lanes, gently undulating countryside, unique and beautiful landscape. Why not hire a boat for the day or go on a river trip.

The Norfolk Broads has a vast array of cycling routes and trails for you to explore at your own pace.


Norwich a beautiful city with many things to do and see.

Norwich has a wonderful atmosphere and many architectural treasures, some dating back 1000 years, a 6 day a week market that has been here 800 years.