Aldeburgh beach is a quiet and unspoilt shingle beach with some sand exposed at low tide. The beach shelves quite steeply to the sea and has a wide promenade running alongside it. Fishing huts, sheds and working boats are dotted along the beach with freshly caught fish sold daily. Just read more
Southwold beach is on a section of the Suffolk coast that is declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Sandy beach with well maintained wooden groynes and beach huts make it the families choice. Walk along the beach away from the huts and you will see sand dunes.
Dunwich Heath Coastal Centre and Beach. Remote and beautiful stretch of Suffolk coastline. Coastal lowland heath sandy cliffs and beach, rich in wildlife, offering tranquility and excellent views. The shingle beach backs onto a heath, large reedbeds and woodland. Click here for more details on the National Trust website
Sizewell beach is a pebble/sand beach backed by grass, dunes and nuclear power stations. Fishing boats operate from on the beach.
Dunwich beach is part of a long shingle rural beach in Suffolk.
At Pakefield the wooden groynes stop and the beach has more shingle/pebbles than the pure sand of Lowestoft. Cliffs and beach attract fossil hunters. A Waveney District Council/KiteboardingUK.com approved Kite Zone that starts at the last wooden groyne at Lowestoft and goes onto to Kessingland beach. Facilities include car park read more
The Denes beach at Southwold is a quiet shingle beach backed by sand dunes and marshes less busy than the main Southwold beaches. The beach is between the mouth of the river Blyth and the historical seaside town of Southwold. Popular with walkers or those wanting a rural beach. Toilets read more
The beach to the North of Claremont Pier is a sandy beach with zones in place for watersports.
The Claremont Pier South beach is a sandy beach backed by a promenade. Facilities: car park, summer lifeguards, shops, food, toilets.
Gunton Denes beach is a sandy beach backed by sand dunes and is good for bird watching within the dunes. Facilities: parking, toilets, campsite.
Kessingland beach is less popular and more baren than the nearby Suffolk beaches at Lowestoft and therefore is less popular with families but attracts sports like kitesurfing, buggying and landboarding. A WD Council and Kiteboarding UK’s approved teaching/ kite zone with strict rules. The buggy area is located a short read more
Felixstowe has a five mile coastline on the Suffolk North Sea coast, between the estuaries of the Rivers Deben and Orwell. This stretch is sand and shingle beach gently sloping to the sea within a sheltered bay. The beach is backed by a promenade and then behind the promenade you read more