Roman Camp Caravan Park, West Runton, north Norfolk

Nearby locations: Cromer

Cromer is one of the few places remaining that has a fully used pier. During the summer season the world famous ‘End of the Pier’ show is held. Anglers can have mixed catches of fish from the pier.

The town centre is dominated by the 14th century church of St Peter and St Paul. The climb to the top of the 160ft tower gives magnificent views of the town. There also the Amazona Zoo which opened a few years ago. The cliff top to the west has ornamental gardens and fountains where after looking rounds the shops you can relax and take in the fresh sea air.

Cromer, Norfolk

Eastwards the cliff path leads to the Lighthouse which is still in full working order and use. The path runs on the cliff top along the boundary of the Royal Cromer Golf Club.

There are two car parks near the town centre and a much larger one on the cliff top to the west of the town. Roadside parking is also allowed on the western approach road. In peak holiday periods car parking can be a problem but not insurmountable.

Read more about other places to investigate, here in Norfolk:

Sheringham, Aylsham, Holt, Norwich, National Trust & English Heritage, Coast eastwards, Coast westwards, The Norfolk Broads