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Coach Holidays to Cromer

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Coach holidays to Cromer have always been a popular choice for UK holidaymakers. Although Cromer was once a small fishing village, it has now grown into a bustling family holiday resort, with superb sunshine records. In the early 19th century, the town was well known for the quality of its crabs. Making it a hotspot for affluent Victorian travellers. Cromer has retained its vibrant ocean front appeal and remains a favourite among visitors who enjoy coach holidays to Cromer. This attractive resort is full of character. Home to narrow twisting streets in the town centre, a lively seafront promenade and sandy beach. Cromer is a traditional seaside resort, it is renowned for its pier, lifeboat station and Pavilion Theatre. Take a stroll down the esplanade and gaze over the fishermen reeling in their latest haul of crabs. Visit in August to attend ‘The Crab and Lobster Festival’, where you will experience cookery demonstrations, market stalls, crab sandwiches, live music, competitions, crab dressing and much more!


Things To Do In Cromer

In Cromer, there are colourful gardens for a moment of peace and quiet relaxation. Or rest your feet at one of the quaint cafes and experience Cromer’s famous crab sandwich. If that doesn’t float your boat and you’re feeling energetic, there are leisure facilities available, including bowling greens, tennis courts, squash and golf. During the summer season, there’s a varied entertainments programme available at the famous Pier Pavilion. Cromer is set amidst the pleasant countryside of North Norfolk with its leafy country lanes, villages with their flint cottages and of course, the Norfolk Broads, miles and miles of waterways weaving their way through this unique landscape. You can take a trip to nearby Felbrigg Hall where you will find one of the most elegant country houses in East Anglia.


All year round, taking a stroll along Cromer’s sandy beach is a must. Bring your bucket, find a rock pool and go crabbing. Build sandcastles or ride the waves on a paddle or surf board. At the end of the day, grab a blanket, get snuggled up and watch as the beautiful sun as it sets on the beautiful sea. Cromer is ideal for a beachside holiday, all year round.

Excursion Highlights

Sheringham & Blickling Hall

The sandy beach at Sheringham holds the European Blue Flag award for cleanliness and has done so for many years. Step inside stunning galleries and walk amongst the extraordinary fleet of lifeboats and fishing boats at Sheringham Museum (entry fees apply). The breath-taking red-brick mansion and ancient yew hedges sit at the heart of a magnificent garden and historic park in the beautiful Bure meadows. This superb Jacobean House is said to be home to the ghosts of both Anne Boleyn and Falstaff (entry included). Photographs, sounds and objects will create a sense of what it would have been like to be a house guest in the period leading up to the Second World War.

North Norfolk Coast & Sandringham

Along the North Norfolk coast lies the quaint port and resort of Wells-next-the-Sea. A beautiful and historic seaside resort, Wells provides opportunities for sightseeing, water sports, bird watching, country walks and plenty of family fun. Attractions include the Wells – Walsingham Miniature Railway and Holkham National Nature Reserve (entry fees apply). Private home and rural retreat of HM The Queen, with 60 acres of glorious grounds. Admission to Museum & Gardens included. King George V famously said “Dear old Sandringham, the place I love better than anywhere else in the world”. The old coach and stable block now houses a fascinating museum.



Great Yarmouth & Wroxham

Combining modern resort facilities and historical interest, Great Yarmouth is as popular today as ever. Sandy beaches and the impressive Marine Parade offer a host of attractions. Entertainment and recreational amenities abound, as do interesting and varied shops. Capital of The Broads, Wroxham and its neighbour Hoveton St John face each other across the River Bure. There are many attractions here from boat trips to steam trains (not included in tour cost). Excellent shopping includes Roy’s, the “largest village store in Britain”, actually a vast department store.



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