There are links to wildlife centres and nature reserves, riverside walks and boat trips, not forgetting the Broads themselves – medieval peat workings flooded by rising sea levels to create freshwater lakes set in 120 miles of lock-free waterways.

There are many scenic villages to explore, with ancient churches, traditional wind pumps and other attractions to enjoy.

A wide variety of refreshment stops can be found along the way including traditional village pubs, tea rooms and cafés, many serving locally produced food and drink.

Alternatively, the Broads are ideal for enjoying a picnic, with many scenic locations around the network.

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