Great Yarmouth has always been a great holiday resort and on a priority list for holiday makers in Great Britain, and will remain same.
Town has lost one of the most great business in Regent Road this Friday, 5th August due to a fire in Regent Bowling Alley. It was an awful devastation.
But the town has now recovered and demolishing the burnt building for health and safety. Businesses are open as usual in Regent Road. Great Yarmouth still remains a great holiday resort.
Town was booming visitors this summery afternoon.
Many visitor has expressed their solidarity with the victims hit by the fire last Friday, but still thinks Great Yarmouth is a best place for holiday.
Few places to visit this summer:
Great Yarmouth Central Beach
Great Yarmouth’s Central Beach is a glorious sandy beach between Britannia and Wellington Piers adjacent to Marine Parade.
Full of activities for the kids and with the promenade running alongside with it’s range of shops, cafe’s and ice-cream vendors it makes the ideal place for the family.
British piers have thrilled people since the Victorian times and are a testament to the engineering skills of those early entrepreneurs.
Britannia Pier has continued this spirit of adventure by adding more attractions to the pier than the Victorians could ever have imagined.
It’s still a great British tradition to stroll along the pier and now you can enjoy a superb live show, friendly bars, a meal, refreshments, amusements, rides or simply take in the sea air. Come and take a look at Great Yarmouth’s No.1 pier today!
Great Yarmouth’s seafront – the Golden Mile
Marine Parade is the vibrant focal point of Great Yarmouth’s seafront packed with amusements, attractions, adventure golf, pubs, restaurants and a stunning view over the beach out to sea.
Frequently referred to as the Golden Mile, the beachside promenade features extra wide pavements so you can wander up and down as slowly or as quickly as you like. At night the seafront is lit by stunning, twinkly decorative sails all the way from Britannia Pier to the Pleasure Beach.
18 hole adventure golf course with pirate theme set in beautiful landscaped gardens on the seafront. Illuminated at dusk. Opening times subject to weather conditions.
Britannia Bowling Pier
The Britannia Bowlings Greens in the shadow of Britannia Pier on the sea front are a lovely place to play a wood or two. Surrounded with park benches and shelters, everyone can enjoy the game.
And may more…
Some exciting upcoming events around Great Yarmouth: