With sprawling coastal paths and rambling countryside aplenty, North Norfolk is a famed walking destination. As the oldest archeological site in Northern Europe, Happisburgh village is home to Norfolk's Deep History Interactive Coast Path offering local discovery for those after an adventure - you could even turn your hand to fishing!

Happisburgh is also a great base for cycling - venture to Cromer and sample one of the town's famous crabs or stay closer to home and visit Waxham Beach, Horsey Windpump and Sea Palling to name a few. If instead you're looking for a slower way to spend the day, Happisburgh beach's sandy stretches are the perfect place to lounge.

There are numerous other places to visit and things to do with only a short drive to the Norfolk Broads, National Trust properties, East Ruston open gardens, seal trips, Cromer and Sheringham Piers, Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach and Golden Mile and the Weybourne Tank and Military Museum.