Hunstanton Rocks at Low Tide
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Hunstanton Rocks at Low Tide

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The elegant resort of Hunstanton is the ideal base to enjoy Norfolk's superb coastline. Hunstanton, or 'Hunston' as it is known locally, is renowned for its unique striped cliffs and magnificent sunsets, made special by its position as the only west-facing resort on the East coast.

The seaside town began as a purposely-built resort in 1846 and retains its Victorian charm and character to this day, remaining a popular holiday destination for visitors of all ages, but especially families. From the Esplanade Gardens to buzzing family activities such as Crazy Golf, Pitch-and-Putt, and the Oasis Leisure Centre.

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