Those living in this county have some of the UK’s best experiences and hidden gems right on their doorstep, according to the Lonely Planet travel guide.
Tom Hall, the publisher’s vice-president of experience, says: “Lonely Planet’s Ultimate United Kingdom Travelist brings together the UK’s most compelling sights and experiences, ranging from world-class museums and giant cathedrals to rollicking festivals, inky lochs and tiny pubs.”
Walking on Holkham Beach in North Norfolk is ranked at number 28.
The book describes it as “a seemingly endless sweep of white-gold sand stretching towards a distant sea” and suggests: “Let Holkham Beach soothe your soul as you sink your toes in its fine sands.”
Achieving number 39 on the list is Blakeney Point, where you can “see (and smell) the thousands of seals on Blakeney Point.”
Cromer comes in at number 71 on list and the book states: “The crustaceans landed here are so synonymous with the port that they borrow its name: Cromer Crab isn’t just a local boast, it’s a fishing area.
“And it’s famously sweet-tasting. Hunt it down in the narrow lanes leading from the shore.”