A cycle route with sights of Norfolk's most famous landmarks has been named among the best in the UK and Ireland.

Big 7 Travel invited some of Great Britain's most passionate cyclists to select their favourite cycle routes, spanning from the countryside to the coast.

Rebellion's Way, which travels along  232 miles of Norfolk, was named one of the best routes to explore on two wheels.

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Eastern Daily Press: Famous Norfolk landmarks can be spotted on the route including Norwich CastleFamous Norfolk landmarks can be spotted on the route including Norwich Castle (Image: Jamie Honeywood/Newsquest)

The path opened in 2022 and has been deemed the "perfect introduction to multi-day cycling – and East Anglia". 

Cyclists can pick up the loop, which starts and ends in Norwich, at any point and follow the route through Diss, Thetford, King’s Lynn, Castle Acre, Little Walsingham, Holkham, Hunstanton and Sandringham.

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The path meanders past popular landmarks such as Norwich Castle, Thetford Forest, Hunstanton Pier and King's Lynn Minster, offering countryside vistas and seaside views.

Navigating Britain's least hilly county, the route is suitable for beginners and experienced cyclists, with a mix of quiet back roads, byways, cycle paths and bridleways.