Great Britain » Norfolk Broads South | England

The much quieter version of the Broads is something for real lovers of natural landscapes.

Norfolk Broads South | England: Characteristics & Overview

Rating of waterway

Degree of difficulty: For beginners (few locks)
Requirements: no rating
Character of waterway: back to nature, Waterway in reclusion
Profile of waterway: Used by tourists only
Facilities groundside: Sufficiant

Weitere Informationen

Waterway has access to:

Norfolk Broads North
North Sea

Norfolk Broads
A very beautiful part of the inland waterways! They are somehow similar to Camargue, only very, very British and, according to English people much nicer. The northerly Rivers Ant, Bure and Thurne are more mellow then their brothers Yare and Waveney in the southern estuary. These are wilder and more rural but therefore less crowded.

River Yare
From Norwich to Breydon Water and Great Yarmouth on the North Sea, this river is part of the Norfolk Broads. The tides are very strong at Breydon Water and Great Yarmouth. Up to Trowse Newton draught is more than 10 m.

River Waveney
The River in the southern Norfolk Broads makes up part of the border between Suffolk and Norfolk.

Hausboottourismus in den Norfolk Broads

Le Boat, Somerleyton  |  Richardson, Stalham

Waterways Holidays  |  Broadland Boat Hire

Barnes Brinkcraft, Wroxham

Horning Ferry Marina

Freedom Boating Holidays

The Norfolk Broads

One of the UK's largest and finest wetland landscapes. A unique patchwork of lakes, rivers, woodland, marsh and wide open skies.


The Norfolk Broads  |  Nicholson

Author: Nicholson  /  Language: English  /  Delivery time: instantly

Inland Waterways Map of the Norfolk Broads
For anyone and everyone visiting the Broads or planning a holiday there. The map covers the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads - the entire National Park. - Getting onto the water / Hiring boats, canoes and bicycles / Boating facilities and navigational notes / Walking, cicling and fishing / Places to visit and things to do / Wheelchair access.

Prize: € 13.80  |  for map/book orders