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Restrictions apply 1st May to 30th September – No dogs are allowed on the beach opposite the promenade but you can head north or south of each end of the promenade to walk your dog at this time. 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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  • Arindom Bhattacharya
    Arindom Bhattacharya
    3 months ago

    If you are looking for quiet , calm and very clean beach in Norfolk then this should be your destination. This beach especially has very long tides and in 4 hours of our stay we could see the sea retreating way back from where we were exposing pristine sand bed with polished rocks . This is an excellent beach for bathing too with coast guard continuous monitoring in place . In addition to that Mundesley is a beautiful sea side village . So all together it’s a hidden gem

  • Benyamin Badreh
    Benyamin Badreh
    a month ago

    You can sit on bench and watching the sea on height or you can walk on sand in an almost long beach. There are facilities like parking, fish & chips, ice cream, mini golf, and also amusement places for children. I will go there more. Peace and calm. Its my favorite beach in whole of Norfolk now.

  • Steven B
    Steven B
    a month ago

    Mundesley is the village that time forgot. But it is quiet, not a lot to do. The big hotel has closed down, only three places and two of those are takeaways. But as a family beach holiday it is superb. Lovely quiet beach and Cromer and Sheringham are only just a short run up the coast road for eating and amusements. Been there many times over the years for a short break and will do so again.

  • Santon Gilmour
    Santon Gilmour
    a month ago

    There are some reviews below from 'local guides' which have problems. 1. The church car park is not "free". There is a very clear obvious sign asking for donations towards the upkeep of the church and grounds,with a coin drop box. It would be very selfish and unreasonable to freeload. 2. If you see a seal, especially a young or baby seal, stay FAR away. At least 15m. Baby seals are likely to be abandoned, and die, if their parents are conscious of human proximity. The beach is beautiful, and the church is very impressive!

  • Ray Looney
    Ray Looney
    4 months ago

    This is without doubt the prettiest seaside resort on the Norfolk/Suffolk coast. The beach is breathtaking and lifeguarded too. We took a walk along the front on Sunday morning and saw surfing as well as paddle boarding. A beautiful sandy beach and well worth a look

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