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All reviews lovely beach clean beach low tide rock pools fishing boats walk along the beach east runton the cliff dogs are allowed fish and chips ice cream summer months seaside town on duty crab sea front sunny day
As a family we really have visited Cromer beach in all weather. Despite needing to be wrapped up from the fresh April breeze, or boys still spent hours on the beach collecting and throwing stones, and attempting to make sandcastles. The waves were a decent...More
It seems a hole has been left void here in what was once a lovely seaside town. In the words of Morrissey 'this is the seaside town that they forgot to close down'
Come armageddon, come.
But seriously, it tore apart my happy memory I...More
North Norfolk beaches...what is there not to like? Park at Overstrand then walk along the beach to Cromer Pier about 2 miles. Enjoy some fabulous local crab and stroll along the Cromer Pier. Then walk back along the cliffs to Overstrand for some stunning views.
We stayed in Cromer on a Sunday night - the tide was high on the Monday morning with huge waves crashing over the promenade - we could feel the power as the surf thundered onto the concrete. Later in the day as the tide dropped...More
Pleasant stroll along pier in sun. Currently under refurbishment to renew decking but good to see work will allow others to enjoy. The theatre bar has good views along cost but alcohol is expensive. So you may want to get drink somewhere else or stick...More
Cromer Beach very much has everything. Starting with the pier is best. To the west the beach is a bit more rocky. Here at low tide you will find rockpools, but not so much sand. It also feels a bit busier this side because it...More
Loved it. Despite the breezy weather, because we went in Feb the dog was allowed on the beach. Other people had dogs on the beach and were friendly, clean Sandy beach, good space to run, rocky at the top of beach to walk on if...More
A small sea side town with the now expected hint of urban decay found now in many of our British sea side towns. It has a good sandy beach, good walks and the RNLI life boat station is a must to visit and allow yourself...More