High on the cliff tops you look down onto the sandy beach with its traditional pier and Pavillion Theatre. A busy town with plenty to explore through its narrow streets.

Don’t miss

The Rocket House Cafe for views and a nice bite to eat on the sea front, located beside the lifeboat hut. Rainy day movies at Cromer cinema. A show at the end of The Pier. New Year fireworks, on New Year’s day on the beach. Cromer Tourist Information Centre for any local info you can’t find in the guide. The view from the top of the Church tower, it’s a long way up but well worth climbing the steps. Glamping at The Grove in one of their bell tents on the front lawn. Local delicacy, The Cromer Crab. Learning about our most decorated Lifeboatman Henry Blogg at the Henry Blogg Museum. Catch of the day; watching the crab boats being hauled up and down the beach by tractor.


Perfect beach for

Learning to surf – check out the Glide Surf School between May and October for lessons in surfing and stand up paddle boarding.

Did you know?

Henry Blogg, the famous coxswain of the Cromer lifeboat between 1909-1947 was known as “the greatest of the lifeboatmen” due to his bravery and commitment to the lifeboat service.

Coasthopper bus stops

You’ll find Coasthopper stops at:

Check out Coasthopper times here

West< Sheringham

Overstrand> East

Cool stuff in Cromer


The Grove Cromer

The Gallery Norfolk

Sticky Earth Café