Sheringham is one of Norfolk’s best known seaside towns. It feels traditional and has a relaxed atmosphere. On and behind the town’s main high street you’ll find good shops, excellent fish n’ chips and ice cream parlours. At low tide, there’s a sandy beach with rock pools. It’s worth taking a stroll along the cliff tops, from where there are great views to the beach, with its ridge of pebbles and beautiful, sea-washed sands. Sheringham was once a tiny fishing village, known as Sheringham Hythe; most people lived inland, at the village of Upper Sheringham.
Contemplating the sea with Michael, on the beach at Sheringham.
The scene at Sheringham on an autumn day, by the waterline.