If you have decided that you would like to go on holiday this summer, there is no reason why you have to jet overseas to enjoy a fantastic break. There are more than enough amazing locations to visit right here in this country, and you can also enjoy the fact that you won’t have to spend as much money on your break.
Going overseas can end up costing quite a lot of money, so even if you choose budget flights and you only take hand luggage you could end up spending more than you can really afford to. If this really is out of the question this year, staying in the UK could provide you with an amazing holiday without forcing you to break the bank.
And, if you really want to enjoy a traditional seaside holiday that comes with more than enough to do, you should certainly consider visiting the Suffolk coast.
Suffolk can be found in East Anglia, which is in the East of England. It is packed with loads of things to do and places to see, so no matter what kind of interests you have you will be able to find something to do. Whether you prefer historic sites or beautiful beaches, there will be something ideal for you in Suffolk.
The Suffolk coast is a truly beautiful stretch of coastline with numerous towns calling it their home. If you would like to begin planning your holiday to this lovely location, start with your itinerary today.
Here are just a few of the great places you can visit and things that you can do along the Suffolk coast:
This beautiful old building is Grade I listed, meaning it is completely protected by the local council. It was once home to Norwich's bishops, and is surrounded by stunning gardens and countryside. Not only that, but it has a huge amount of history associated with it, which you can find out more about by touring the house. There is also an onsite farm that is ideal for kids, as there is lots of wildlife that children will love to wonder at.
When it comes to walking, there is certainly more than enough in the way of footpaths and walking routes in Suffolk. If you are looking for something suitable for the whole family though, the Orford Ness National Nature Reserve would be perfect.
This Maize Maze makes for the ideal attraction for all the family. Everyone will love trying to make their way through to the middle of the maze and enjoying their time in this beautiful location.
As you would imagine, the Suffolk coast is home to some amazing beaches. Southwold beach, Kessingland beach, Thorpeness beach and many others await. Many of the beaches in Suffolk also come with promenades and piers that are ideal for long walks.
If you would like to visit the Suffolk coast this summer, take a look online now to find even more inspiration for things to do and places to see. Which part of Suffolk will you be heading to?
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