Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path

A walk through the ancient breckland of the Peddars Way Roman road and along the beautiful east coast.

3 to 17 nights
20-136 miles
Easy / Moderate to Demanding

From £300 per person

About the trail

The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail combines two contrasting paths. The Peddars Way follows the line of a Roman road through pleasant countryside. It enjoys a mix of country lanes, footpaths and tracks through a varied landscape of open heath, woodland, rich farmland and pretty villages.

The Norfolk Coast Path then runs along a coastline famed for its remoteness and wild beauty. The walk passes through a diverse landscape of sandy beaches, reed beds, tidal inlets and unspoilt villages. Magnificent stately homes, medieval castles and the seal colonies at Blakeney Point all add to the charm of this scenic trail.

We offer multiple holiday options along this trail. If you wish to experience the entire trail, simply select the first option from the list below.

Customer reviews from the Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path

“To the team at Contours Walking Holidays, Thank you very much for your booking service. I enjoyed my walking tour of the Norfolk Coast Path very much. The sun was shining, everyone looked happy! I felt happy too!”
Ms Balga, Germany
“Good weather, good beer, good food, good accommodation.”
Mr Baker, Australia
“For wildlife enthusiasts, about 90% of this walk falls within nature reserves. So Perfect!”
Mrs Crompton, UK
“An interesting and enjoyable trip to a part of the country that had hitherto been unknown to us. Good walking, good accommodation and as indicated above a varied and interesting landscape.”
Mr Gill, UK
“Enjoyed immensely - even the tougher bits. Weather was kind (for walkers!)”
Mr Thorne, UK
“Beautiful wide open spaces with lots of seabirds to observe.”
Mrs Bunn, UK
“We very much enjoyed our holiday and appreciated your willingness to tailor the mileage so that we had time to go off the route.”
Miss Morris, UK
“Very pleasant and easy walking. The first half of the walk through interesting villages and fenland.”
Mr Watson, UK
“Overall it was a very pleasant walk. Nothing strenuous. All arrangements went according to plan.”
Mr Frankham, UK
"Wells-next-the-Sea" by David Crompton (2018)
"Castle Acre Priory" by Polina Detraz (2018)
"Heading North from Castle Acre Priory" by Polina Detraz (2018)
"Weybourne" by Stuart Inglis (2017)
"Brancaster" by Stuart Inglis (2017)
"Cley Windmill" by Stuart Inglis (2017)
"Brancaster Staithe" by Stuart Inglis (2017)
"Castle Acre Priory" by Stuart Inglis (2017)