A Short Guide to Caister Point Beach

A Short Guide to Caister Point Beach3

Name of Beach: Caister Point

Type of Beach: Sandy

Dog Friendly: Yes

Lifeguard Service: No

Parking Available: Yes

Water Quality: Excellent

Awards: Marine Conservation Society Recommended

Postcode: NR30 5DJ

A short walk from the busier Great Yarmouth Beach, Caister Point is a small, dog friendly, family beach resort.

Caister Point is a beautiful and extremely long beach, with stunning stretches of golden sand (mixed with pebbles) backed by sand dunes.

A Peaceful Beach

Because it is less popular than some of the more commercialised beaches nearby, Caister Point remains relatively quiet all year round, making it the perfect spot for a lazy walk with the dog, or a fun day out with the family.

The Lifeboat Station

If you head south along the beach you will find Caister Lifeboat Station, which has been here since 1791. Today, the station is manned entirely by volunteers, but the lifeboat men of Caister once held the record for the number of lives they saved. You can learn more about the fascinating history of the Caister Lifeboat Station in the Visitor Centre, located just opposite the Lifeboat Station.

Dog Friendly

The beach is a great place to walk your dog, with no restrictions all year round. It is a particularly long beach, so there’s plenty of space them (and you!) to really stretch their legs.

Elsewhere at Caister Point, keep your eyes peeled for visiting seals from the nearby colony in Horsey.

If you’re planning a holiday to the Caister area then Eastern Beach has everything you need. Book your holiday with Eastern Beach today, from just £155 per week.