East Runton Beach
East Runton Beach is a delightful coastal gem nestled between the more well-known towns of Cromer and Sheringham. It features a mix of sand and pebbles, making it ideal for beachcombing, relaxing, and enjoying scenic walks along the shore. The beach is particularly famous for its geological significance, offering excellent opportunities for fossil hunting, especially after high tide. Its unspoiled nature and relatively quiet ambiance compared to its neighbors make it a favored spot for those seeking a more tranquil seaside experience.


NR27 9PA,
East of England


Our Day at East Runton Beach

Hunting for Sea Glass

While I have not personally visited this particular beach, the information provided on this site is a compilation of contributions and experiences from a community of individuals who have. Their insights offer a broad view of what to expect and how to maximize your sea glass hunting adventure there. If you have had the opportunity to explore this location and gather sea glass, your input would be highly valued. By sharing your experience, tips, or any unique finds in the comment section below, you can help enrich this resource for future visitors and fellow enthusiasts. Your knowledge and perspective are what make this community informative and engaging, so please don’t hesitate to contribute.

Types of Seaglass

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Best Places to Search

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There is a car park available close to the beach, with additional on-street parking in the village. Even during busy times, the relatively lesser-known status of East Runton usually allows for easier parking compared to neighboring towns.


From Norwich, take the A140 towards Cromer. At the Cromer roundabout, take the second exit onto the A149, then shortly after, turn right onto the B1159 towards East Runton. Follow the signs to East Runton village and beach. Parking is available near the beachfront.


Public toilets are available near the beach access points in East Runton.


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