Sheringham is a traditional seaside town which grew up around its old fishing village and a few little boats still bring in the daily fish. 

Sheringham is home of the North Norfolk Railway which operates steam rides to Weybourne and Holt.

Sea, cliffs, fine sands and good sea air are some of the reasons people love sheringham.  Sheringham beach is rocky and consists of mainly pebbles but when the tide is out the beach is shown in its full glory and is brilliant for children.

The town centre is full of small shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants.  There is also the popular Saturday market .

There are many walks from sheringham and the concrete promenade runs east and west for around a mile.  Along the promenade is the small museum which is well worth a look 

One short walk is through the town and up to Beeston Bump which is a local hill that gives good views back over Sheringham and the sea.  

Another walk is up to  the golf course and back down to the beach.  The coast guard hut at the top of the cliff gives great views over the sea and you can also see the steam train travelling through the golf course.