Trimley Circular Walk Trimley Marshes make for a wonderful day out with some beautiful scenery, fascinating history and one of the best wildlife sites in the county. This circular walk guides you around the 3,400 acre estate owned by Trinity College, Cambridge, past Felixstowe Port with over 125 years of history, Trimley Marshes Nature Reserve with its mosaic of habitats, and Loompit Lake with its impressive colony of cormorants.
Adnams Aldeburgh Admire the lovely views that Aldeburgh has to offer
Adnams Eastbridge Gentle walk taking in woodland, heath, beach and marshland
Adnams Walberswick Walk to the beach and marshes and to the river Blyth and Walberswick Common.
Adnams Southwold A walk around the delightful seaside town
Adnams Wrentham A gentle walk on quiet lanes and byways. Visit the impressive, but ruined, St Andrews Church, probably dating from the 15th century
Adnams Orford On this walk you will see Orford Ness, which is the largest vegetated shingle spit in Europe
Angels and Pinnacles - Blythburgh, Southwold, Westleton, Walberswick The Angels & Pinnacles project covers six clusters of churches across Suffolk. Walk or cycle between the four churches to combine the best of the countryside with Suffolk's magnificent medieval heritage
Suffolk Coast and Heaths Explorer – Walberswick The historic village of Walberswick is the perfect place from which to explore Suffolk’s unique coastal landscape
Southwold is a charming seaside town on the Suffolk heritage coast
Suffolk Four Ferries A wonderful way to visit the beautiful coast and estuaries of the AONB while walking or cycling
Landguard Peninsula & Felixstowe Landguard Peninsula and Felixstowe town offer a wonderfully diverse day out. Discover one of Europe's best shingle beaches, see where the last foreign invasion of our shores took place, and view Britain’s busiest port
Sailor’s Path Explorer follows a beautiful route between Snape Maltings and Aldeburgh
Walberswick and Dunwich Circular walk The area between Walberswick and Dunwich villages offers some of the finest coastal walking in the Suffolk Coasts and Heath AONB