Until the mid-19th century a real fire burned on the flat roof of this lighthouse.
Unlike most lighthouses, this fire only burned when only the Katwijk fishermen had set out. A so called fisherman’s light.
The ‘Vierboet’ (local dialect) is nowadays out of function, but open for visitors!
Back then fishing at sea was a real man’s job, while the women ashore had their own work to do.
Go more inland and search opposite of Paul for such a working woman.
Don’t press next until you’ve found her.