Head to The Suffolk Coast and you can do as little or as much as you like on your holiday.
The Suffolk Coast is full of surprises! Not only is it home to over 50 miles of coastline, charming market towns and picturesque seaside resorts; you can also enjoy authentic Suffolk experiences like sailing out to sea on an historic drifter, sample some of the UK’s top ales with a tour of the Adnams brewery, take in the big open skies on a remote beach and get up close to some of the UK’s rarest wildlife at the RSPB’s flagship reserve, Minsmere.
For families, the popular seaside resorts of Southwold, Lowestoft, Felixstowe and Aldeburgh guarantee a memorable holiday; with an abundance of coastal cottages, quirky glamping and holiday parks to choose from, while couples can enjoy a stay at one of the many hotels in the tranquil coastal village of Orford, the riverside town of Woodbridge and the historic market town of Beccles, among others.
In 2022, there’s even more to enjoy, with an exciting programme of cultural events including First Light Festival, Felixstowe Book Festival, Aldeburgh Festival and Theatre on the Coast in June, Latitude Festival in July, Snape Proms and FolkEast Festival in August, and Maverick Festival and the Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival in September.
And be sure to visit these new and popular attractions during your stay too! Enjoy a night of theatre under the stars and watch one of Shakespeare’s plays in the stunning forest surroundings of Thorington Theatre, take a dip and soak up the views of the Waveney Valley at Beccles Lido, visit the animals of the African savannah at Africa Alive! Visit the birthplace of RADAR at Bawdsey Radar and see the magnificent and rare Suffolk Punch horses at The Suffolk Punch Trust.
Make your holiday memories on the Suffolk Coast in 2022.
The holiday guide to The Suffolk Coast
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