There are parts of the British coastline where possessing miles of golden sands as they do at Mundesley (pronounced Maundsley) would ensure instant over-development.
However there are so many sandy beaches along this stretch of coast that Mundesley never really took off; not, one gets the impression, that it tried awfully hard.
The old coastguard lookout is now a tiny museum of local history (only really interesting if you know the area). The upstairs is now used by the Coastwatch organisation, and the volunteer on duty is usually happy to have a chat.
Outside is a memorial to the Bomb Disposal Engineers who cleared the North Sea of mines during and after the Second World War.
And that's about it.