Norfolk Beaches near Trunch

Mundesley-on-Sea - a charming seaside resort

Mundesley-on Sea lies only 2 miles/3 km from Trunch and offers spectacular broad sandy beaches. Even in the summer, you will find here a quiet and private place of your own.

Mundesley has a busy and thriving village centre with shops, cafes, pubs & restaurants and a doctor's surgery.  

There is a range of gastronomic options, from the feted fish and chip shop to substantial pub and hotel meals, offering such delicacies as locally caught crab and lobster. 

Mundesley is considered one of Norfolk's finest beaches, long and sandy with safe swimming at low tide and all the amenities and charm of a popular seaside resort.

The beach is backed by a promenade lined with colourful beach huts.

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beach Mundesley

beach Mundesley


Sheringham Beach - 9 miles from Trunch

A stony beach with sand and rock pools at low tide. Colourful beach huts, toilets and parking on the clifftop.

Cafes, amusement arcades and steam train rides in the pretty seaside town, once a tiny fishing village.

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Sheringham Beach - Norfolk
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Cromer Beach - 6 miles from Trunch

Cromer is a traditional Victorian seaside resort, with a sand and shingle beach popular for swimming and surfing.

Many of the buildings in the town date back to the Victorian era, although the town has expanded rapidly in the last fifty years. Some shelter is provided by the pier, which houses a theatre, restaurant and shops.

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Cromer beach

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Sea Palling Beach - 12 miles from Trunch

Sea Palling is located between Cromer and Great Yarmouth, on the Norfolk coast.

The excellent sandy beach is the result of nine offshore reefs created as part of a flood defense scheme. Good for swimming. Boat-launching facilities.

Pubs, cafes, shops, amusement arcade and a stall selling locally-caught fish.

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Sea Palling

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