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All quiet on the pier Cromer, Norfolk, England, UK
Sometimes you just need to get out the house, get out of the town and go explore somewhere new for a few days, and lets face it there is no better way to explore than at the seaside… even bet…
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Find out what to SEE and DO in Cromer, Norfolk. FREE online guided tour includes Cromer Pier, Beach, Town Centre and the Henry Blogg Lifeboat Museum.
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Photos of Cromer and the Pier. Where to walk when visiting Cromer. Parking availability and a map of Cromer
A stunning eleven-mile walk along the Norfolk coast, starting and ending at the seaside resort of Cromer – marvel at yellow sea poppies, watch tractors pull fishing boats from the sea and dine on a delicious dressed crab.
In the early 19th century Cromer, long known for the high quality of its crab, became a getaway for affluent families, and in 1815 was mentioned by Jane Austen in ... Read more
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Going Out in Cromer? Find the very best restaurants in Cromer for places to eat. Fancy a drink? Find the best pubs and bars in Cromer for going out.
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The crab, the pier, the fishermen’s cottages… but it’s a long way from anywhere but Norfolk
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With coastal winter walks and cosy pubs, Cromer is the perfect destination for a UK Autumn city break.
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Although there has been a settlement at Cromer for the best part of a thousand years, it only became a resort in Victorian times with the arrival of the railways. The town is centred around the 14th century church of SS Peter and Paul. This was substantially rebuilt in the 19th century after it fell into disrepair. The church tower, at just over 160 feet, is the highest in Norfolk, and serves as a landmark for shipping. The red brick building on the right of the picture was originally built…
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