This striking structure, built between 1801 and 1810 by Trinity House, is one of the earliest daymarks built in Britain (possibly the earliest one). A daymark is a navigational aid for shipping, and this one stands 35 feet high.
If you want to get away from the crowds who don’t usually go further than the castle, this is a lovely walk. Pass the castle until you reach the path along the sea, and then continue along that path for another 15 minutes. There is also a stunning sandy beach beyond it (Sandham Bay).
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