Southwold on the Suffolk Heritage Coast is a unique and magical sea side town. The beautiful walk along the promenade passing the colourful beach huts, reading all their names is a joy. There are 3 cafe’s offering breakfast, sandwiches, ice creams and hot or cold drinks. Children are drawn to the shinny buckets and spades displayed outside them.
Keep walking and the beach becomes more wild and breezy with the sandy dunes stretching to the River Blyth.
The working harbour is fascinating with boats mored along the length of the river. Sailing boats and fishing boats coming in and out while children try to catch crabs. Here you can take the row boat ferry across to Walberswick, buy fresh fish from one of the huts or have a pint at the pub.
Climb the light house for the view, take a tour around the Adnams brewery, play a round of golf and swim or sail in the sea. Visit a gallery, the lovely boutiques or simply sit and watch the world go by.