This has a two mile promenade gently sloping towards the sea in a sheltered bay. European Blue Flag. No lifeguards
Suffolk’s picturesque coastline stretches for 39 miles, starting at Felixstowe and extending to its most eastern tip at Lowestoft. The beaches are perfectly suited to a classic bucket-and-spade day out or a variety of activities from fishing, swimming, wind surfing and sailing to just relaxing with a book.
Walberswick’s lovely dunes and coarse, orange-tinted sand are ideal for building sandcastles. Don’t
miss a trip on the Walberswick-to-Southwold Foot Ferry, a traditional rowing boat that crosses the River Blyth. At just £1 a person it’s a steal,and dogs are also welcome.
These traditional seaside beaches are home to a mix of sand and shingle, backed by wooden chalets and a genteel promenade. An amusement pier, putting greens and boating ponds make it a good option for families. European Blue Flag. Lifeguards. Or the more secluded
The Denes Beach at Southwold IP18 6HQ for a quieter, more secluded beach away from the hustle and bustle of the town.
Lifeguards daily July - September
(10 miles from Woodbridge) is an isolated beach where you can see seals basking at the estuary entrance.