Located just to the north of Great Yarmouth, the beach at Caister-on-Sea is quieter than its popular neighbour. It’s a fine dog-walking spot, with no restrictions and access is good, with plenty of parking. Featuring both an independent lifeboat station (see interview below) and a visitor centre, facilities are good. Despite the lack of lifeguard cover, bathing is safe and the water is clean. I recommend this beach for a long, leisurely stroll, keeping your eyes out for seals from the colony further up the coast.
With Zane, by the independent Caister Lifeboat.
What the beach means to James.
A bright spring afternoon at Caister-on-Sea.