Travel Me Carrie

Suffolk has a great coastline with lots of fabulous beaches to visit. There’s pretty much something for everyone – Southwold for pretty beach huts, Kessingland for unspoilt beauty, Walberswick for crabbing fun, Aldeburgh for fish and chips and a fab arts scene, Felixstowe and Lowerstoft for arcades. I have a strong connection and love of the Suffolk coast and I love visiting all these place, but one of my favourites is Dunwich.

Dunwich has an interesting history – it used to be a city with a busy port and a large population, it’s now a tiny village with just a few streets. The rest of the city disappeared into the sea, leaving the few streets that are left today. You can walk along the beach, which is partly sandy, partly pebbles and enjoy the relative wildness of the place. There is no coastal management on this beach – just open…

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