Tourism - Suffolk Heritage Coast
Beach View Holiday Park is located right on the Suffolk Coast in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Whether camping at Beach View or self-catering in a rental caravan, luxury holiday lodge or apartment, you will find so much to see and do. There are many popular coastal villages and towns to explore including Southwold with its lighthouse and popular pier. Southwold is also home to the famous Adnams Brewery. Aldeburgh once a small fishing village developed into a busy Victorian costal resort, today Aldeburgh is a popular seaside retreat for artists, musicians and families looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Thorpeness is a popular coastal village with a beautiful Victorian Mere, hire out a rowing boat, canoe or sail boat and explore the little islands.
Minsmere is home to an RSPB Nature Reserve, explore the nature trails, stop at the viewing areas or bird hides and see wading birds and wildlife in their natural habitat. Dunwich Heath also close by is a popular choice for walking and hiking enthusiasts.
Suffolk Coast & Heaths
A great website for learning more about the
Suffolk Coast, its beauty and importance. The site includes
loads of resources and maps for many of the coastal and heathland
walks, there is also a good interactive map with tourism information
and a diary of events.
The nearby RSPB heathland and wet land habitat
to rare birds and water fowl a bird watchers paradise and a
great day out!
Website: RSPB Minsmere
Sutton Hoo (National Trust)
The ancient Anglo-Saxon Royal burial site. One of Britain's most important and atmospheric archaeological sites.
Website: National Trust Sutton Hoo
Leiston Long Shop Museum
The Garrett Works was an engineering firm
renowned for manufacturing steam powered engines. The Long Shop
Museum houses a museum dedicated to steam.
Website: Long Shop Museum