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This is a great beach for a walk with your dog to Cromer, whether on the beach or via the scenic clifftops.

Restrictions apply 1st May to 30th September – No dogs are allowed on the beach near the main promenade. The area opposite the main public car park with the sloping paths towards the beach and looking towards Cromer (on the left) allows for dogs. On the promenade and sloping paths 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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  • Tim Husain
    Tim Husain
    in the last week

    Stunning beach, especially at low tide, it has a ride expanse of lovely golden sand. Convenient parking nearby and a nice walk in to Cromer.

  • Andy Gavin
    Andy Gavin
    5 months ago

    This is a lovely beach, we went late afternoon so didn't have long until the tide came in but was nice for a dog walk and for the kids to run around. Great views from the top overlooking the beach too.

  • Bob Thompson
    Bob Thompson
    5 months ago

    To be fair we got the tide times wrong, so didn't actually get on the beach itself. Used the car park and then short walk down to what I call the causeway, basically concrete that runs both directions when the tides in. Pleasant enough but wouldn't lose to much sleep if I missed it

  • Liz Fowle
    Liz Fowle
    6 months ago

    Big sandy stretches at low tide, pebble and sand at high tide. Steep access, although there is a gentler slope a few steps further on. Nice promenade with lovely views out to sea. Plenty of space, decent parking (it gets busy early on nice days during the summer) and public toilets (open 24hrs Easter to end of October, weekend only otherwise). Often Lamartis ice cream van in the car park, from whom you get a cheery welcome and nice, reasonably priced ice cream. Part of the deep history coast trail, there are information boards available. The cliff top café serves food and drink and you can pick up fresh crab and lobster from the hut nearby too. Highly recommend, beautiful.

  • j0hN Daniel
    j0hN Daniel
    4 years ago

    A beautiful walk to Cromer from Overstrand, plenty to see, the tide allowed us to walk on the fine sand. It's probably better to visit during the summer. But there you go, fun in autumn also...for persons that really enjoy a bit of movement.

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