A coastal town in Norfolk, Great Yarmouth is a beautiful place to visit. One can travel by train, bus, coach, air, port and so on – the transportation of the place is so well developed that one does not have to worry about commuting to and fro. With a population of about 93,000 the area is home to many old architectural buildings such as the Tollhouse, with dungeons, that dates back to the late 13th century.
In the initial days, this town was mainly a fishing area but that declined in the later part of 20th century. However the discovery of oil opened up new revenue source for the place. At present renewable energy sources, especially offshore wind power, has lead to new job opportunities among the residents of the place. At present one will find high street retailers such as Debenhams, New Look and Starbucks in this area.
This place is home to a number of rare and unusual species such as the Mediterranean Gulls. This area along with the Halvergate Marshes is specially protected and is looked after by RSPB.
So you see the place is the perfect culmination of cultural heritage with natural beauty and a mighty fine weather.