The pristine sands, luscious green cliffs and dainty Victorian buildings make it a very enchanting place to visit. The gardens which border the promenade are a tailored masterpiece -the sculpted green areas and carefully attended borders are not to be missed. The town, situated at the top of the cliffs, has a handsome church and is surrounded by good walks. The chalk cliffs are very steep and care should be taken when walking. Fishing is a treasured activity for both locals and tourists. Cromer is famous for the quality of the crabs which have been fished in the area for centuries.
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By Public Transport:
Vehicle access is via the A149 and A148. Trains direct to and from Norwich, which is an Inter City train station. Cycle route -Cromer to King's Lynn (quiet lanes in Norfolk project for walkers, cyclists and horseriders.
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