The Coasthopper runs between King’s Lynn, Hunstanton, Wells, Sheringham and Cromer. The service operates daily up to every hour during early
spring, late autumn and winter and up to every half hour in summer. This service is well used by walkers of the Norfolk Coastal Path. Most services from
King’s Lynn to Hunstanton are timetabled to connect with First Capital Connect rail services.
Go to www.coasthopper.co.uk for further information and timetables
The 10 and 11 routes travel between King’s Lynn and Hunstanton through the villages, via Sandringham (11) and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (10).
The 35 travels between King’s Lynn and Hunstanton via Dersingham, Ingoldisthorpe, Snettisham and Heacham.
Go to www.lynxbus.co.uk for further information and timetables.
The X29 connects Wells to Fakenham and Norwich, the X8 connects King’s Lynn to Fakenham and the 29 connects Wells to Fakenham via Walsingham.
Go to www.norfolkgreen.co.uk for further information and timetables
X1 Excel service operates from Lowestoft to Peterborough via Gorleston, Great Yarmouth, Norwich, Dereham, Swaffham, King’s Lynn and Wisbech.
Go to www.firstgroup.com for further information and timetables.
First capital Connect operates services from London’s King’s Cross to King’s Lynn – hourly (half hourly at peak times) with average journey times 1 hour
Go to www.firstcapitalconnect.co.uk for further information and timetables
All the above timetables are available in the Tourist Information Office
The Norfolk Coast Cycleway follows quiet roads and lanes through varied countryside between King’s Lynn and Great Yarmouth via Cromer.
Copies of the Norfolk Coast Coast Cycleway (£2.50) are available in the Tourist Information Office