Sheringham’s award winning Blue Flag beach has something for everyone. A lengthy promenade, lined with colourful beach huts, and seafront cafes, so typical of English seaside towns. The promenade can be accessed by wheelchair or mobility scooter.
Endless expanses of golden sand at low tide, where chalk beds and rock pools are exposed ready to explore. With seven beachside cafes and several pubs to explore, from Mexican to pancakes and waffles and everything in between, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
On each end of the promenade are toilets and showers. Beach hut hire and paddle boarding are also available.
Don’t forget you can watch sunrise and sunset from Sheringham’s beach, simply head towards the East beach in the morning and the lifeboat end in the evening.
Sheringham beach is fabulous for bird watching and seal spotting all year round! Simply a dog walkers paradise (dogs must refrain from walking on the central beaches May — October) with mile-upon-mile of wide open beaches.
Make sure to visit our lifeboat station which celebrates nearly 170 years in action, located at the west end of the promenade and not forgetting our Fisherman’s Heritage Centre adjacent to the fisherman’s slope.
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Snorkelling off Sheringham Beach
On calm days, usually in late July and early August, the sea conditions can be suitable for snorkeling, learn more from Sheringham Snorkler Chris Taylor in this video. Please watch this video first, don’t snorkel unsupervised and only if you are a good swimmer and the sea state is calm and has been calm for a few days.