Sea Palling Beach
Located between Cromer and Great Yarmouth, on the Norfolk coast, Sea Palling is an excellent sandy beach with 9 artificial offshore reefs created as part of a flood prevention scheme. Backed by sand dunes, the curving beach has been awarded Blue Flag status for its pristine waters and is rarely over-crowded.
Lifeguards are on duty in the peak summer season. There’s also an Inshore Lifeboat based at Sea Palling Lifeguard Station right on the beach. The local RNLI has saved over 800 lives to date.
The beach is perfect for sandcastles, swimming, ball games and launching small boats from the ramp.
Facilities include toilets and a pub, the Reef’s Bar, as well as cafés, amusements and a fresh fish stall. Walkers can explore the scenic coastline and may spot seals in the North Sea waters.
There’s a large pay-and-display car park just a short walk from the sand.
Type of beach
Dogs friendly beach?
Dogs are not allowed on a small area of beach in front of the main car park (Clink Road) between May 1st and September 30th.
- Amusement arcade
- Wind surfing
OS grid ref.
TG 4296 2738
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Sea Palling Beach Reviews
Enjoy your National treasure
Andre BlaisJul 07th 2021
Any reason not to give this a 5 star goes beyond my travelling expertise. As a Canadian born Brit, I have been spoiled with swing beautiful Coast lines. But this one for Britain, delivers on all cylinders.
Charlotte CookJun 30th 2020
This beach is gorgeous lovely soft sand lovely sea and very child friendly