#WIN A Great Yarmouth Treasure Trail

There are so many things to do in Great Yarmouth and the surrounding areas, you will never get bored!

If you have a spare few hours and you’d like to try something different, why not take part in a Treasure Trail, there are four for the Great Yarmouth Area.

Great Yarmouth Golden Mile

This Trail is very easy to navigate! Head South down the Golden Mile as far as the Pleasure Beach and then return on the other side of the road (with the odd detour in towards the Town Centre). The Trail will take you past all that Great Yarmouth is popular for – including the rock shops!

Distance: 2.5 miles

The route is accessible for both wheelchairs and pushchairs.


Starting The Pier Hotel, this circular Trail takes you along the sea front of this historic maritime town. You will also head inland to explore the streets and sights beyond.

Distance : 2 miles

The route is accessible for both wheelchairs and pushchairs.

Caister On Sea

This circular Trail starts in the car park off Beach Road and takes in the modern (such as views of the Scroby Sands offshore wind farm), the very old (in particular the town’s very own Roman fort) and the poignant.

Distance : 2 miles

The route is accessible for both wheelchairs and pushchairs.

Winterton on Sea

This picture-clue Trail is ideal for kids. It starts at the Beach car park and takes you around one of the most traditional and unspoilt Norfolk coastal villages. You will also explore the dunes, which are located within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Distance: 1.7 miles

The route is accessible for pushchairs but not for wheelchairs.


  • Treasure Trails are ideally suited for everyone to re-discover what’s around them in a fun and responsible way.
  • While exploring your local area, ensure you follow social distancing rules at all times. Be prepared to skip a Clue if social distancing is not possible.
  • If planning a Trail with people outside your household group, make sure you are still following the latest guidelines for England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland on how many other people you can meet up with outdoors.
  • Avoid touching any hard surfaces such as plaques, signs or information boards that Clues may be set on, or gates, walls or benches.
  • Don’t linger for too long – if you need to, take a photo of a plaque or sign and move to a quieter area, or solve the Clue at home.
  • Respect others – remember that there are many vulnerable people who still need to self-isolate.  While walking, please keep a safe distance from residential homes, schools and other premises.

If you would like to WIN one of the Great Yarmouth Treasure Trails, follow the instructions below

Good Luck x

WIN A Great Yarmouth Treasure Trail Of Your Choice

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