Cromer was patronised by royalty and grew in the 19th Century from a small fishing village to a distinctly upper class tourist resort. Today, the town is full of character with narrow twisting streets and a vibrant promenade which hosts regular live entertainment. The harbour bustles with the activity of local crab fishermen, whilst the main street is often filled with people enjoying Cromer’s selection of local and high street shops. In town, there are art galleries, cinemas, tea shops and excellent sea-food restaurants.
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