Cromer is located in Norfolk on the coast. It is frequently known as the north coast capital. Five main roads converge near Cromer, making it easily accessible from locations throughout the country. There are numerous sights to see in Cromer, including the pier and beach as well as the church, local museum and the light house. There are also numerous shops in Cromer, which are ideal for browsing during your trip. The town also boasts a cinema and golf course. Visitors will find numerous eateries in the Cromer, particular restaurants that specialize in crabs, the local specialty.
Cromer is a small English town which has developed and evolved on the very top of a hill which affords the lucky visitor with a breath taking view of the beautiful scenery which stretches as far as the eye can comfortably see. This affords the visitor an excellent opportunity to confidently view the gorgeous beaches and mesmerising pier which has (somewhat rather fortunately) retained its original Victorian design.
The exact date on which the town of Cromer was actually founded and established in earnest is uncertain, and this is a fact that cannot be reliably remedied as there is no mention of it even within the Doomsday book which is often used as a point of reference for many towns and villages across the landscape of England. The only reliable point of reference is during the Victorian era when the town of Cromer became a favoured holiday destination for wealthier Victorians who sought a comfortable and soothing escape from the pressures of city life. Cromer quickly found itself winning the affections of King Edward VII who would visit it on a frequent basis.
Cromer is renowned for its fishing industry, which plays a key role in supporting the local economy of the town. If you do visit Cromer and reckon yourself as something of a seafood aficionado, then you should try the "Cromer Crab", and for the ultimate in freshness, why not buy your crabs, freshly caught from the sea?