Suffolk Coasts and Heath explorer series

Explorer guides

Walberswick The historic village of Walberswick is the perfect place from which to explore Suffolk’s unique coastal landscape

Snape Two wonderful walks on the bank of the River Alde

Thorpeness Walk through the heart of the Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB

Wherstead  On this walk discover wonderful woodland, farmland and the Orwell riverbank

Sutton Heath A beautiful area of lowland heath, forest and farmland

Alton Water Alton Water Park includes the largest expanse of open water in Suffolk

Blaxhall and Tunstall Blaxhall and Tunstall Commons are areas of heathland and other important wildlife habitats

Kessingland 3 wonderful walks exploring the coastal village and parish of Kessingland

Orford Streets of red brick cottages surround the dramatic Norman Castle and the ancient church of St Bartholomew

Wrabness is a quiet village located on the Essex shore of the River Stour and is in the Suffolk Coasts and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Woodbridge Streets lined with traditional buildings lead to a waterfront where yachts and house boats lie at anchor 

Shotley These walks visit peaceful countryside and offer views of the docks at Felixstowe and Harwich

Southwold At Southwold harbour the River Blyth flows out to sea past colourful boats and and black painted sheds

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Snape
Snape
Sutton
Stour Valley
Walberswick
Walberswick