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Cromer Beach

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Cromer Beach

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AdrianS2403 wrote a review Oct 20
Enfield, United Kingdom367 contributions67 helpful votes
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There being no TripAdvisor for Overstrand then thought it best to mention it hear. We walked to Cromer along the cliffs which gave lovely views along the coast. After a short rest walked back along the beach. 4.6 miles in all.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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James P wrote a review Oct 10
Cambridge, United Kingdom2,179 contributions411 helpful votes
We spent a week in Cromer, staying in an Airbnb. We visited the beach each day and although the weather wasn't great everyday we still enjoyed the time. There is little beach at high tide, so check the local tide times. At low tide there is some sand but still mostly large stones. The beach is big so walking a few hundred yards along means that you have plenty of space around you.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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David H wrote a review Sep 2020
Norwich, United Kingdom379 contributions103 helpful votes
A good beach ideal for the kids to go rock pooling and crabbing.You can get into the sea safely and it is a clean beach.Many surfers also enjoy this beach.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Karen Tann wrote a review Sep 2020
233 contributions45 helpful votes
Whenever I visit Cromer it seems to be bleak and usually windy. That is part of its charm. The lower concrete promenade runs alongside the beach. From here you get to see the raw power of the waves as 5they crash onto the beach. In fact, the large pebbles that make up a lot of the beach add to the drama by making a rumbling sound as they are churned by the sea. It is actually an attraction to either dodge the water or film it as the biggest waves hit the sea wall and splash on to the promenade. From the promenade you can see the pier and above you the dramatic architecture of the Victorian era buildings made of flint. There are a few amusements, cafes, beach huts and benches to sit on as you walk along the seafront. Above is the town and along the cliff top grassy areas with paths and steps leading down to the beach every so often. Further along the beach becomes sandier.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Henryka wrote a review Sep 2020
Hertfordshire198 contributions22 helpful votes
Exceptionally clean beaches. Good social distancing on the pier with well laid out signage. Visit highly recommended particularly on a sunny day!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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