Last Updated on February 19, 2024 by Suzy
Things to do at Cromer Beach Review
Cromer Beach is a mostly sandy beach, with rock pools depending on the time of the tide. During high tide, there is generally no sandy beach to walk on, apart from a small area near the beach huts on the right side of the pier.
Access to the beach is available in various locations along the seafront. Access points are a mix of steps and ramps. Cromer Beach is one of Norfolk’s blue flag beaches,.
The closest paid parking is available at Runton Road car park, which is a large grassy area, and a short walk down the seafront to the beach. Another option is Cadogan Road car park, a 5-minute walk away from town.
You can get to Cromer Beach easily by public transport. Cromer train station is a 5-10 minute walk away and there are bus stops close by in town.
No matter which part of the beach you are on, Cromer has great facilities. Public toilets are available at Cromer Pier, the west promenade and in the RNLI Henry Blog museum building. You’ll find lots of places for food and drinks along the seafront and in Cromer town, as well as arcades and shops to buy beach accessories.
This is a guest post with thanks to Travel With the O’Hallorans.
FAQ and Further Information Cromer Beach
Is there food and drink available?
There are places nearby where you can purchase food and drinks.
What are the main things to do?
It is a mostly sandy beach, with rock pools depending on the time of the tide
Is there parking?
There is parking nearby and charges apply.
Dog restrictions apply between 1st May to 30th September.