Family fun at Sunny Hunny
Hunstanton's stunning striped cliffs of Carr stone and red and white chalk rise above the sea to the north of the town. At Old Hunstanton, the original fishing village before the Victorians came by railway, the vast beach provides miles of space to relax and unwind.
As the only west-facing resort on the east coast of Britain, Hunstanton basks in sunshine long into the evening and visitors can enjoy spectacular sunsets from the promenade.
Hunstanton is also the start of the famous Norfolk Coast Path which runs along the coast towards Sheringham. Just over a mile into the route, at Holme-next-the-Sea, the path connects with the Peddars Way National Trail which passes through the beautiful West Norfolk countryside towards Castle Acre and on towards Thetford.
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