The first known settlement in northern Europe, the unassuming village of Happisburgh was once host to ancient humans who first settled in Britain over 800,000 years ago. Laying claim to the oldest working lighthouse on the Norfolk Coast, the red and white striped form of the structure has become synonymous with this section of the North Norfolk coast. Today Happisburgh is a vibrant beach destination enticing visitors with its chocolate-box flint cottages, impressive coastal cliffs, and 15th century church tower that offers a panoramic vista of the surrounding coastline. Stretch your legs along the miles of sand that reach in either direction along the shore, or follow the undulating line of the cliffs along the Norfolk Coast Path to discover the surrounding coastal reserve designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
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