How To Get There
The inaugural Tour de Broads South event village will be situated at The Great Yarmouth Sea Life Gardens on The Marine Parade (NR30 3AH). See map below.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council have allocated us the use of 1000 car parking spaces in 3 of the town’s car parks. Display your car park pass in your windscreen for FREE parking all day.
St Nicholas car park is the closest, just 450 metres South of the event village. North Drive and Beach Coach Station car parks are situated about 1km to the North of the event. These are the only free parking spaces available to Tour de Broads participants.
Where To Stay
Great Yarmouth isn’t short of guest houses and other places to stay, but remember the Tour de Broads event is on a bank holiday weekend so book quickly. The Official Great Yarmouth Tourism Website lists numerous options with information and pricing options.
Alternatively, why not try the picturesque and grandiose Somerleyton Hall? Located on the Norfolk – Suffolk border, the Somerleyton Estate will be hosting part of the Tour de Broads. The nearby Fritton Arms pub has guest rooms and also holiday cottages and camping at Fritton Lake too.
Our venue is completely self contained with all facilities on site including:
- Toilets & Changing Rooms in a traditional beach hut (sorry no showers)
- Mobile mechanic and Broom Wagon
- Safe Bag Drop
- Food and Drink stalls
- Bike Retail Stalls
- Sports Massage
- Music & Entertainment
- Pre-ride Mechanical Support
- Photography by Julian Claxton
What To Do
Pedal Revolution will be setting up their Total-Trax portable mountain bike circuit to improve your bike handling skills.
Discounted Crazy Golf
Hollywood Adventure Golf, one of the UK’s only indoor adventure golf courses, has agreed a special offer price of £2.50 per person for any Tour de Broads riders and their families.
Pedal Revolution will also be bringing their squad of demo bikes. Come and try out the latest bikes from Felt, Focus, Trek, Giant, Frog. We will also be bringing a fleet of the latest electric bikes to test.
For more suggestions of what to do in the area, visit the Official Great Yarmouth Tourism website.