East Runton, Norfolk

East Runton tide times



April 2024

East Runton tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Wed17
08:202.8m
21:512.1m
02:263.3m
14:343.4m
Thu18
10:132.6m
22:591.8m
03:483.4m
15:513.6m
Fri19
11:162.2m
23:481.4m
04:563.7m
16:523.9m
Sat20
12:021.8m
05:444.1m
17:384.3m
Sun21
00:291.1m
12:431.4m
06:214.3m
18:174.5m
Mon22
01:080.9m
13:211.2m
06:524.5m
18:514.7m
Tue23
01:440.8m
13:561.0m
07:204.7m
19:234.8m


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Things to see and do near East Runton

If you're planning a visit to East Runton, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Beach Walks – East Runton has a stunning beach perfect for long walks and beachcombing. Enjoy the fresh air, take in the views, and explore the rock pools.
  • Birdwatching – With a variety of coastal wildlife, East Runton is a great spot for birdwatchers. Look out for seabirds, waders, and migratory species.
  • Crabbing – Crabbing is a popular activity in East Runton. Head down to the beach at low tide and see if you can catch a few.
  • Boating – Take a boat out on the sea and explore the coast. There are plenty of boat hire options available in the area.
  • Pubs – There are several pubs in East Runton where you can relax and enjoy a meal or a drink with friends.
  • Shopping – There are several shops in East Runton, offering everything from local souvenirs to fresh produce.
  • Fish and Chips – East Runton is home to some of the best seafood in the area. Enjoy a traditional seaside meal of fish and chips.
  • Sheringham Park – Sheringham Park is a National Trust property, with beautiful gardens, woodlands, and plenty of wildlife.
  • Nature Reserves – East Runton is home to some of the most beautiful nature reserves in Norfolk. Explore a variety of habitats and observe the wildlife.
  • Golf – East Runton is home to a popular 18-hole golf course where you can enjoy a round with friends.
  • Seal Watching – Take a boat trip and spot grey seals in their natural habitat.
  • Cycling – East Runton has some great cycling routes with stunning coastal views.
  • Historical Sites – Explore the area's history with a visit to some of the local historical sites.
  • Museums – Visit one of the area's museums and learn about the history and culture of East Runton.
  • Water Sports – Head to the beach and enjoy some watersports. Surfing, sailing, and windsurfing are all popular.
  • Walks – There are plenty of great walking routes around East Runton, including the Cromer to Wells Coastal Path.

There are many things to see and do near East Runton. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!