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Restrictions apply 1st May to 30th September – No dogs are allowed on the main tourist sections of the beach opposite the promenade but if you head south past the tennis courts, this area is fine to walk your dog on the beach. 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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  • Tracy Spence
    Tracy Spence
    a year ago

    I adore this place. The beach is clean and sandy, and the sea air lifts the soul! The surrounding area is not like Yarmouth with lots to do, so it won't appeal to everyone. But that is reason alone for it to appeal to some. The space around the beach is plentiful, with a park for the children, a boating lake and a hilltop golf club (for members). There are a few cafes and restaurants, a few hotels and some very small arcades. Inland, it's a small town with the usual facilities and shops, not really seasidy, meant for residents. Hope this helps.

  • Ashley Cole
    Ashley Cole
    7 months ago

    A person's experience of a beach is largely affect by the prevailing weather. Fortunately for me, the weather has been absolutely superb in this corner of the Norfolk coast. The beach itself is lovely with a wide sandy section which becomes more pebbly as you approach the low tide mark. It was a hot day but made to feel very pleasant by the cool onshore breeze.

  • Kristina Schmidt
    Kristina Schmidt
    7 months ago

    Beautiful beach, lovely and sandy up on the top of the beach gets a bit stony towards the sea. Life guards are stationed there with the flags showing safe swimming areas. Toilets are nearby and a place to wash your feet. Cafe nearby. There is also a splash pad for kids to play in. Defiantly worth visiting this beach.

  • Lasitha Leelasena
    Lasitha Leelasena
    9 months ago

    Great beach, not crowded even on a sunny bank holiday. Some free parking (e.g. next to RNLI shop, on the main road) if you get there early enough. Sign post says no dogs 1 May to 30 September but there were plenty of dogs on 2 June

  • Caitlin Broadhurst

    Lovely beach. Went on a crisp winter day and the sun was shining and the dogs could have a great run along the beach. There is some free parking right by the beach and a café, fish and chip shop, amusements etc. Lovely day out.

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