Seaside gardens with all year round colour hug the cliff tops with plenty of seats and suntraps to snooze away those summer days or read the Sundays. Small cafes are dotted along the promenade, that links the beaches to the town's high street, where there are a good number of shops, local market, cafes, restuarants and pubs and inns.
There is a lifeboat station at the
northern end of the beach, and a walk that runs all the
way to the Beeston Bump.
As you walk along the promenade you are
on the net, there is a super webcam that covers a slice
of the promenard, and out to sea, which is ideal for
checking the weather and seeing how busy it is.
In the high season you may think there has been an outbreak of graffiti, however it is an annual competition where the young (and the young at heart) are invited to compete in a chalk drawing contest. The sea defence walls make a perfect canvas. Large 'fishy' murals now also grace many of the sea walls on Sheringham's seafront.