Standing on a hill overlooking the village to the south and the sea to the north, is the 15th century church of St Mary. On various dates throughout the summer you can climb the 155 steps in the 110ft tower for spectacular views of the countryside and coastline. Details are on the village website.
Bathing has been popular on Happisburgh beach since Victorian times, but today it is quieter than neighbouring resorts, making it the perfect place to relax. It’s popular for fishing or taking a stroll and if you’re lucky, you may see a seal popping his head out of the water near the shore.