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King’s Lynn to Fakenham via Hunstanton & Wells-next-the-Sea – Coastliner 34 | 35 | 36 from Lynx

Coastliner 34 | 35 | 36 from Lynx

The Coastliner 36 is the best way to get out and explore the wonderfully beautiful North Norfolk Coast and all its attractions.

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King's Lynn to Wells-next-the-Sea & Fakenham via Dersingham, Hunstanton, Titchwell Marsh & Burnham Market

Our Coastliner buses are the best way to get out and explore the wonderfully beautiful North Norfolk Coast and all its attractions.

Coastliner 36 along with routes 34 and 35, will take you to an amazing variety of places, traditional seaside resorts like Hunstanton, beautiful villages such as Burnham Market, and lavish grand houses like Holkham Hall.

North Norfolk is also famous for its natural beauty and wildlife. You can visit nature reserves like RSPB Titchwell Marsh, where you will see wild salt marshes and sand dunes as well as many species of birds. At Hunstanton, why not take a boat trip and get up close to the seals that visit this part of our coast.

There are many other wonderful attractions that are on this route or just a short walk away.

Places to visit & things to do along the way

A view of King's Lynn, a seaport and market town in Norfolk, England, UK

Steeped in history, King’s Lynn is a busy market town with many attractions and a fine a selection of shops.

King’s Lynn was one of England’s most important ports from as early as the 12th century and its maritime history is very much a part of its tradition. One of its finest landmarks is the 300 year old Custom House which overlooks the historical harbour.

The town has an amazing array of historic buildings including the Town Hall, with its unique chequerboard facade.

Be sure to visit True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum, with its beautifully restored cottages, that recreate faithfully, the lives of King’s Lynn’s fisherfolk.

Bring the kids and learn all about a working Norfolk farm, which has a 400-ewe flock, horses and ponies, plus a herd of red deer.

Depending upon the season of your visit, you may see lambs and deer calves being born or the sowing of crops and, later on in the year, harvesting

Norfolk Lavender exports its fragrant products to over 25 countries worldwide. Why not come and see the national collection of lavenders and the rose and herb gardens. There is a visitor centre, a relaxing tearoom, plus plenty for the kids, including a soft play area.

Light house reflection on the cliffs of Hunstanton Norfolk east

Hunstanton is an elegant Victorian seaside town which began life as a purposely-built resort in 1846.

Enjoy a visit to the Sea Life Sanctuary, a state-of-the-art marine aquarium, where visitors are taken on a memorable undersea adventure filled with amazing encounters with sea creatures of breathtaking variety. And while you’re here, meet the friendly team of Rainforest Rangers who will show you some of their jungle beasties and creepy crawlies.

Why not take one of the Seal Safari & Sea Tours, an exiting and educational boat trip, or enjoy a coastal journey in an amphibious vehicle. The Wash Monsters trips depart from the Central Promenade.

Feel at one with nature...

With a sandy beach and glorious marshland, this is a truly wonderful place to view our feathered friends and really feel at one with nature.

Whether you are into your birdwatching or simply enjoy looking over fresh water reedbeds, salt marshes, lagoons and sand dunes you will find a very accessible site.

The wildlife on the reserve changes with the seasons – from orchids, dragonflies, butterflies and marsh harriers in the summer to great flocks of geese, waders and other migratory birds in the winter.

There is a shop and café where you can buy gifts and enjoy refreshments.

One of Norfolk’s loveliest villages.

Burnham Market has a wonderful atmosphere. So why not make a stop here and enjoy the many traditional shops, welcoming pubs, cafés and teashops.

Summer at Holkham Hall, Norfolk, UK

Built in the Palladian style, Holkham Hall is one of the most spectacular stately homes in England. Its vast entrance hall, with towering columns and alabaster panelling, is one of the finest examples of its type, taking its inspiration from the wonders of classical Rome.

Within its grounds is a lake with a wonderful nature trail and a herd of fallow deer. There is also a great shop and café if a gift or refreshments are needed.

Wells is an unspoiled seaside resort, waiting to be discovered.

Wells is one of the most attractive towns on the North Norfolk Coast. It has a long sweeping beach whilst behind lay attractive pine woodland.

Walk along the gentle harbour with its small fishing boats, where children can fish for crabs. Or stroll along Staithe Street, with its many local shops, then to the tree-lined park with its fine Georgian houses, quiet pubs and restaurants.

Walsingham has a long history of religious pilgrimage and is home to the ruins of two medieval monastic houses. Close to the coast, Walsingham has a wealth of history waiting to be discovered while you enjoy the north Norfolk coast and countryside.

Only ten miles from the coast, Fakenham is a traditional market town and the largest town in north Norfolk. Surrounded by lovely countryside and sitting along the River Wensum, Fakenham is the ideal starting point for enjoying the coast and countryside.

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This listing was last updated on 24th December 2022

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