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Restrictions apply 1st May to 30th September – No dogs are allowed on the main strip of beach opposite the promenade. From the main promenade if you walk south (right) you don’t have to walk too far until you can walk your dog in an allowed zone. If you head north (left) it’s a longer walk but once past the lifeboat station your dog can freely use 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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  • Malcolm Chinoy
    Malcolm Chinoy
    2 months ago

    A lovely little seaside town with lots to do roaming around. A lovely beach with a heritage railway just a stroll down the town. Lots of shops to visit and many Antique shops, Seafood restaurants, Fish & Chip & Cafe's aswell. There is a nice large car park near the heritage railway station. A nice town to spend the day roaming around.

  • Tim Husain
    Tim Husain
    2 months ago

    Lovely beach, although much nicer at low tide when it's sandy. Also of course much better on a sunny day.

  • Terence Voller
    Terence Voller
    6 months ago

    As a seaside town Sheringham is hard to beat, small streets intertwine making it a place to discover lots of shops and places to eat and drink. The beach has a very long promenade (all flat with wheelchair access) which varies the potential view from cliffs, rocks, pebbles and sand, all attracting many people on a sunny day. My photos are a bit different and capture shots I have not seen on other posts on this site. Hope you like.

  • Katharine Kelland
    Katharine Kelland
    8 months ago

    Clean beaches, some with lifeguards and some without. Some sandy and some mixed pebbles. Know your tide times if you want sandy beaches. Beaches nearest town are dog free but there are lots that do allow dogs so you have the choice. There are toilets near the town.

  • Hank Evans
    Hank Evans
    11 months ago

    Wonderful beach along the North Norfolk coastline and it's a pebble beach and visited during low tide and exposed sand and it was quite steep getting down but the seafront walk is fantastic and you can see for miles and the North sea is spectacular the town centre had great shops and a short walk to it we visited here today the sun was shining and it was warm spent 2 hours here I had a long paddle in the sea and chilled out on the beach and then had a walk along the seafront to the town there are toilets close by too

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