Mundesley is one of Norfolks Victorian seaside villages and is home to a large sandy beach positioned on the east of the North Norfolk coast. The town features pretty cliff top gardens to sit and relax in as well as an amusements arcade and crazy golf.
Stroll along the cliff top promenade taking in the views and pay a visit to Mundesley Maritime Museum and Memorial. The village is a great spot for country walks and is one of the natural stops along the Norfolk Coast Path.
Lined with a row of colourful wooden beach huts the beach has been awarded Blue Flag status multiple years in a row and is lifeguarded during the summer months. It’s wheelchair friendly with concrete slopes down from the cliffs although be advised there is a steep incline and there is no beach wheelchair hire available.
Mundesley is ideal for those looking for something a little quieter than likes of Cromer, a walk along the beach from Mundesley will quickly take you away from the crowds. There is also a beach café open during the summer months.
There are RNLI Lifeguards during the summer months.
Dogs are banned from most of the beach between 1 May and 30 September.