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    Norfolk Tourist Information / Norfolk Beaches

    Cromer Beach & Pier
    Cromer has a Blue Flag and is the winner of a Seaside Award.

    The beach is managed by North Norfolk District Council and is one of three beaches in the county to feature in the Marine Conservation Society's Good Beach Guide.

    Lifeguards are on duty from the spring bank holiday weekend in May to the end of the school summer holidays, in September.

    There is also a lifeboat station and a first aid point.

    Cromer is a popular destination for families and it is ideal for swimming and surfing.

    The sand and shingle beach backs on to the North Norfolk cliffs. Rock pools are revealed at low tide. The lifeboat launches from the end of the pier.

    Dogs are banned from the main part of beach between 1 May and 30 September.

    The Cromer End-of-the-Pier Show continues until mid-September.

    Pay & display parking is available near the beach. There is free roadside parking nearby.

    The Victorians made Cromer a popular resort and many of the buildings date back to that period. The town has expanded rapidly during the last 50 years.

    On the seafront you will find toilets, beach huts (there’s a waiting list if you want to buy) and a public shower.

    Close by are cafés, ice cream sellers and amusement arcades.

    There's a promenade together with a pier housing a theatre and gardens. The town centre shops are nearby.

    You can take a pleasant walk along the cliff-tops to the lighthouse.

    Disabled Access:

    Toilets for people with disabilities are available.

    There are some ramps on to the beach but the level of the beach is constantly changing, so these may not always be usable.

    Orange badge holders can get free car parking close to the beach.

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