Caister South Beach

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Caister's South Beach near Great Yarmouth starts from behind Caister's Independent Lifeboat Station. Wide dunes lead down to a glorious, golden, sandy beach.

This beautiful beach with it's views across to the Scroby Windfarm is a firm favourite with residents and visitors.

A large car park is available behind the lifeboat station.

Caister beaches can also present good opportunities for surfing, particularly during the quieter winter months, best when the offshore winds are west southwesterly.



  • Disabled toilets


  • Free Parking

Property Facilities

  • Public toilets


Map & Directions

Road Directions

By Road:

On arriving in Great Yarmouth follow the signs for the A149 Caister-on-Sea. Follow signs through Caister Village turn right into Beach Road opposite Williams Garage. Entrance to car park is at bottom of Beach Road.

By Public Transport:

First Buses run a number of services from Great Yarmouth to Caister Village

Accessible by Public Transport: Great Yarmouth station is 3 miles away.

Caister South Beach


Caister-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, NR30 5HE

Tel: 01493 846346

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