A national magazine has given its opinion on the most picturesque towns and villages to visit in Norfolk. 

Country Living has named eight places in Norfolk that it believes are the most charming. 

North Norfolk dominated the list with Wells-next-the-Sea, Aylsham and Cley all making the cut. 

Eastern Daily Press: Market Place in AylshamMarket Place in Aylsham (Image: Denise Bradley)

Aylsham was described as “the place to check out Norfolk's slow food movement” while Cley was called a “paradise for nature lovers”. 

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Wroxham and Horning were chosen as the spots to visit in the Norfolk Broads with the latter hailed as “one of the most attractive villages” in the area.  

Eastern Daily Press: Wroxham, in the Norfolk BroadsWroxham, in the Norfolk Broads (Image: Brittany Woodman)

In the west of the county, Heacham and the ever-popular Burnham Market were also highlighted by Country Living with Reepham completing the list. 

Reepham was described as “great for snapping the pretty streets” and Burnham Market was celebrated as “beautiful and trendy”.  

Last year, the publication named Blakeney Point and Snettisham among the best autumn walking routes in the country.