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Restrictions apply 1st May to 30th September – No dogs are allowed on the beach near the main entrance but you don’t have to walk too far north or south of the beach entrance to find a place to walk your dog, as the restriction is quite narrow compared to most of the beaches in Norfolk. 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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  • JASON BACON
    JASON BACON
    3 months ago

    Great beach for kids , you can go fossil hunting by the cliff base or look for crabs , shrimps , fish etc in the rock pools when the tide is out ( I would recommend footwear for the rock pools as it can be slippery and sharp edges ) . Great place for kite flying as its normally windy , car parking is £4 , free toilets , small gift shop and cafe .

  • Just Josh
    Just Josh
    7 months ago

    A fantastic beach for fossil hunting. My advice, walk a mile or so up the beach during low tide. Look carefully in the wet rocks on the beach and you'll find loose belemnite fossil pieces frequently, and examples of pudding stone too. To find fossils in rocks themselves, stick close to the cliffs and look for freshly fallen rock. We found a lovely big chunk of flint with both a belemnite and isocrania on show side by side. It took us 2.5 hours to find it though! The kids loved it. There is a nice cafe and mini museum-display by the car park to rest and study your finds once you're done. The car park is pay and display but cheap - there is no other parking options except this car park. Highly recommended.

  • Else
    Else
    3 months ago

    Great beach for walks (sensible footware needed), swims feel private with the groyne demarcations, quite a current so take care with depth and kids.

  • Caz C
    Caz C
    3 months ago

    We visited at dusk and low tide. Lovely beach to walk along, cliffs and rocks. Very scenic.

  • Malcolm Brown
    Malcolm Brown
    4 months ago

    If your into fossil hunting you'll love it, dog friendly to the left, good size beach both ways, so perfect for all

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