With over 90 miles of unspoilt coastline, Norfolk offers the perfect destination for a summer holiday in the UK.
Set on the mid-east coast of England, the region boasts rolling green countryside, forests, nature reserves and golden sandy beaches to rival those in Europe.
August is one of the most popular times of the year for holidaymakers to descend on Norfolk.
The Met Office has forecast dry and warm weather in the east over the next few weeks.Related articles
GETTYNorfolk weather forecast: August should bring warm and dry spells for summer holidays
Through to the weekend, the highest temperature in Norwich will be 22 degrees on Thursday.
A mix of cloudy and sunny days are forecast in the holiday region.
From August 6 to 15 in the UK, the Met Office predicts “the south and east of the UK could stay mostly dry, perhaps even a little warmer than average.”
It added: “By the middle of August a generally more settled spell of weather is likely; the driest and warmest conditions across the south and southwest of the UK.”
From August 16 to 30, temperatures in the