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Restrictions apply 1st May to 30th September – No dogs are allowed on the beach between the Britannia and Wellington piers at this time. You can though freely walk your dog north of the Britannia pier and south of the Wellington pier. Dogs must be kept on a lead walking between the piers via the promenade.

Outside of the summer season months, there are no restrictions for what part of the beach dogs can walk on.

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  • Strange Wayne
    Strange Wayne
    in the last week

    First time in great Yarmouth fantastic place loads and i mean loads to do for all. Real nice drive down from Skegness no stress. Plenty of car parking spaces and the train station is not too far from the sea front

  • George B
    George B
    a week ago

    The last time we visited Great Yarmouth was forty year ago. The beach is still excellent, it seems to go on forever. The town is rundown, OK for a day visit, would not stay longer.

  • Carolyn Hobbs
    Carolyn Hobbs
    5 months ago

    Sept 2018 A couple of day's holiday here. There's a huge spance of sandy beach, with lots of cafes along the prom incl. Munchies dog friendly cafe at the far end of the prom opposite the wind farm. It has very delicious food, the staff are friendly. Wish I lived closer to be able to walk along the prom more often!

  • Sammy Catt
    Sammy Catt
    3 months ago

    The beach was clean and tidy and not busy atall! The water was clear and we had lots of fun on the beach and around the beach. Parking was expensive.

  • Steven Alexander Simmonds

    Is it the best beach in the world, maybe not, however because of the sheer length of it spanning almost 2 miles or more, there is sure to be a spot you do like that is suitable. A sandy beach offers the sun worshippers and the kids that beach that is reminiscent of a great seaside beach, so bring your towels and buckets and spades. The North end offers a stonier beach and small sand dunes and possibly more dog friendly but do check. The seafront has two great piers of entertainment as well as the leisure centre, sea life centre, a cat cafe nearby as well as plenty of food and drink kiosks. If the kids love their rides then again there are two locations that cater for those thrills and spills if that is your thing. Why not take a horse and carriage ride, or jump on a land trains, or explore on the open top bus? Plenty to enjoy here in Great Yarmouth.

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