When the tide is out the beach is flat sand, great for building sandcastles, taking a nice gentle stroll or just relaxing in a deckchair.
When the tide is out the beach is flat sand, great for building sandcastles, taking a nice gentle stroll or just relaxing in a deckchair. Walking is a popular activity in Norfolk and you can start the coastal circular walk or the Norfolk Coast Path from Overstrand. Both are scenic walks. There is an ice-cream van every day in the car park.
Beach Access Points
• The beach is accessed via a long gradual slope which is also used to launch some fishing boats. There is no vehicular access to the beach.
On the Beach
• It’s a lovely sandy beach once the tide has gone out and is quite mobile due to the action of tides, wind and currents.
• There is a designated dog free zone area from May to September.
• There are NO Lifeguards on the beach
• If you would like a BBQ party on the beach written permission from North Norfolk District Council is required.
Areas Adjacent to the Beach
• There is a large promenade with working fishing boats on it.
• Beach Huts.
There is a dog free zone on the beach from May to September with the exception of Guide Dogs.