Sheringham Beach

Visit Sheringham Beach

Sheringham Beach is a popular family friendly blue flag beach on the Norfolk coast.

The beach disappears at high tide but when the tide goes out, reveals a lovely wide stretch of golden sand and rock pools to explore.

The seaside town of Sheringham, was once a small Norfolk fishing village until the late 1800’s with the arrival of railway, which brought visitors from around the country.

It is lovely seaside destination for families as the are plenty of amenities, and things to do. Along the promenade are colourful beach huts, with cafes, amusement arcades and a public shower!.

To take in the local history visit the Sheringham Museum or walk all the way along the beach towards Beeston Cliffs.

As you walk east, you get to the Sheringham Boating Lake where you join the Norfolk Coast path between the beach and the Golf course.

Tourists and locals alike enjoy the Norfolk events that take place every summer.

Sheringham has free on-street parking and parking close to the beach, although it does get busy in the summer time.

Dogs are restricted on Sheringham beach, between May and September.

This beach is …

  • Blue Flag Beach
  • Great for families
  • Has beach huts

Have a great day out along the coast.

Backing the beach is the Sheringham Golf Club, ideal for a round of golf with spectacular sea views.

This part of the Norfolk coast is a popular tourist destination and there is a wide range of holidat accommodation available.

Header Photo by Thomas Fryatt on Unsplash

Getting There

Driving from London to Sheringham takes just under 3 hours, depending on where you leave from.

LOCATION: The Esplanade, Sheringham, Norfolk NR26 8LG
NEAREST TRAIN : Sheringham Station
Map of Sheringham Beach

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