Further afield there is still plenty of great sites to see. Be sure to click the links to find
out more about each area and other things of interest in Suffolk.
A charming seaside town on the north east coast of
Suffolk. Very recognisable with it’s rows of beach huts
and pier along with very clean beaches, Southwold
is a fantastic place to visit any time of the year.
Park up the camper and take a stroll through the
ancient town of Southwold you won’t be disappointed.
Lowestoft is renowned for it’s golden sandy beaches
much like southwold being only another 20 minutes
north on the north east coast of Suffolk. Lowestoft has
some great family attractions and a great range of camp
sites to stay at. Visit the website for more information.
A well preserved natural area set over 370Sq Miles
from Suffolk to Norfolk. Home to wild birds and
wildlife the Brecks is an interesting place to visit
offering in addition historic buildings and plenty
of walking and cycling opportunities. The Brecks is
a great place to visit all year round.