Restrictions apply 1st May to 30th September – No dogs are allowed on the beach near the pier at this time. If you walk further enough away from the pier both north and south then you can walk your dog on the beach so check for signs. On the promenade dogs must be kept on a lead.
Outside of the summer season months, there are no restrictions for what part of the beach dogs can walk on.
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Steven Hewlett8 months ago
As all UK seaside towns. Some buildings require some attention due to looking run down. Some shops and cafes have made a lot of effort to maintain there premises. The beach goes on and on. And is ideal for families and walking the dogs. The pier has a life boat station at the end.
Cain Hands6 months ago
Cromer is actually a fairly nice little sea side parish, with decent stores, great sandy beaches ( that often have life guards on duty ) and isn’t all that busy. It would be good to have a few showers dotted around but otherwise there are really no complaints. The waves are decent enough to have a little surf too. Recommended.
Pauline Yoong8 months ago
Long stretch of beach that gets crowded in the afternoon. There are chalet huts along the beach. Water wasn’t too clean and clear. Temperature was nice for a hot summer day. There are bathing stations and toilets too. We saw some goats on the side as we walked down the stairs to the beach which was quite unusual.
Acim Sirrom6 months ago
Visited on the Sunday before bank holiday weekend. Busy but not awful. Lovely beach, lovely views, lots of shops and sweet shops selling the best old fashioned sweets. Lovely fish and chips.
Avg_Joe_CAL_UK _2110 months ago
First time there and won't be the last. It's such a nice seaside town, that is NOT overly touristy, which surprised us. We had such a great time walking on the pier, seeing the RNLI launch, watching all the kids and adults crabbing from the pier, walking on the beach, etc. It was a great day. Very highly recommend.