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Seaside Towns in Suffolk

Exploring the best Seaside Towns to visit in Suffolk, with Pictures and history, historical facts, articles and more.

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Aldeburgh, Suffolk

Aldeburgh is a seaside retreat with boundless charm. The history of the resort quite possibly reaches back to Saxon times, certainly during the Middle Ages it was a prosperous port and later it became known as a fishing centre...

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Beccles, Suffolk

A town of picturesque buildings, with many relaxing places in which to quietly roam...

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Bungay, Suffolk

Bungay is an attractive historic market town in Suffolk and is situated on the river Waveney in the Norfolk Broads National Park. The town has several historic attractions.....

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Lowestoft, Suffolk

This is now a sunny holiday resort but for many years fishing played an important part in the history of the development of Lowestoft...

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Orford, Suffolk

Orford retains a tranquil atmosphere, it is ideal for people wishing for a relaxing time just messing around in boats, crabbing, walking, bird-watching, or just to sit, soak up the peaceful charm of the place whilst enjoying wonderful views...

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Snape, Suffolk

Snape is not simply unique for its beautiful location at the head of the River Alde, it is also unique as a village with an international reputation for music...

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Walberswick, Suffolk

A pretty seaside village along the Suffolk coast, sat along the mouth of the river Blyth, with the neighbouring town of Southwold 1 mile to the North. Within Walberswick there is.....

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