Idyllically situated on Oulton Broad, Broadlands Marina faces onto Oulton Broad between Suffolk’s stunning coastline and the world famous Broads National Park. Close to the UK’s most easterly town of Lowestoft, with easy access to the sea via Mutford Lock, or direct access to the Norfolk Broads.
Cruising routes on the Broads are numerous and include Tingdene’s Brundall Bay Marina. Sea-going craft can make coastal trips to Southwold, Aldeburgh, and further afield. Travelling up the coast to Great Yarmouth offers a circular trip back to Broadlands Marina via the Yare and Waveney rivers.
The Broads offer 240 km of safe, tranquil and peaceful cruising and is justifiably one of Europe’s most popular inland waterways, best appreciated afloat. Cruising on the Broads is a unique experience as gently flowing rivers meander through pretty and unspoilt countryside. The Marina is within easy reach of the River Bure and northern Norfolk Broads where Walton Marine have an office at Wroxham. Also within easy reach is the north Norfolk coastline with Great Yarmouth just three hours away: and from there, for the more adventurous, there is open sea and the near continent.
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Broadlands Holiday Park