Once an inland medieval settlement, the resort town of Cromer has evolved into a popular seaside retreat thanks to nature’s relentless reshaping of the North Norfolk coast. Since becoming a fashionable destination for affluent Victorian travellers in the late 1800s, Cromer has retained its vibrant ocean front appeal and remains a favourite among visitors and locals alike. Take a stroll along the esplanade and watch as fisherman haul their catch of world-famous Cromer crab up on to the shingle, then sample this outstanding local fayre at one of Cromer’s many beach cafes. If you visit at the right time of year then you will experience the thrills of the Cromer Crab competition with children of all ages competing to catch the most crabs. Stroll along the Cromer Pier, or as it is affectionately known as 'The Rabbit' as this aerial photo shows, with its life boat station and catch a show in the theatre at the end. Take a trip to nearby Felbrigg Hall and discover one of the most elegant country houses in East Anglia. From the stained glass windows in the great hall to the nodding mandarins in the Chinese bedroom, 17th century opulence abounds.
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