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There is a very small section which has restrictions from the
1st of May to the 30th of September but don’t let that put you
off visiting this lovely sandy beach. You can walk along the
beach both east and westwards. Check the tides please; there
are cliffs so make sure you don’t get cut off. Eeek! You can
also walk along the cliff tops but be careful and keep away from
the edge! There is a pay and display car park and a dog friendly
café. The beach is great for fossil hunting!
No cliff top walking possible here but there is a lovely sandy
beach to walk on in either direction, just keep an eye on the tide.
There are no restrictions on this beach at the moment. Popular
with holidaymakers in the summer. There is a pay and display
car park with a slope down to the beach.
Cromer is a very popular holiday destination so the humans
have grabbed the beach for themselves during the period from
the 1st of May to the 30th of September. However, this is only
the section where the promenade is, so once you’ve got past
that bit normality resumes. We are allowed to walk along the
promenade all year round. The beach is sandy and there is a pay
and display car park on the cliff top as you enter Cromer (Is
there no free parking anywhere?). What did surprise us is the
fact that we can visit the Pier where there are plenty of places
to sit, enjoy the views and beg for ice creams! The café at the
end of the Pier is also dog friendly.
This beach is accessed via a long gradual slope which is also
used to launch fishing boats. The beach is nice and sandy when
the tide is out - pawfect for playing on and building sandcastles!
When the tide comes in the whole beach disappears! There is a
car park nearby. There are restrictions on the central part of the
beach where the promenade is from the 1st of May to the 30th
of September. You can also walk along the cliff tops but be
careful and stay well away from the edge! There is a dog
friendly café on the cliff top with great views overlooking the
Very similar to Overstrand beach with restrictions on the
promenade section from the 1st of May to the 30th of
September, but don’t let that deter you as the beach is massive
and once beyond the restricted zone you can walk for miles.
The easiest way to get to the beach is from the cliff top gardens.
This beach used to be difficult to access at high tide but, due to
something called ‘sandscaping’ which took place in 2019, it is
now accessible for most of the day. Yippeee! There are dog
restrictions from the 1st of May to the 30th of September on
the main section of the beach. On either side of the restricted
zone there are nice sandy beaches which are usually very quiet.