A typically British seaside resort, with a sandy beach and beach-hut lined promenade. This charming seaside town is a perfect holiday destination for the young and old alike, all year round.
The newly refurbished pier is a focal point of the town and offers restaurants, shops and amusements. The Amber museum is the only museum to explain the history and story of amber in detail.
Food and drink are a big part of Southwold from traditional sea fare to farmers markets and local produce. It’s also the home of Adnams Brewery, and tours are available all year round, and almost all the local pubs and restaurants offer samples of their beers.
Southwolds harbour offers visitors the chance to buy fresh fish caught by local fisherman from little wooden shacks and is worth a relaxing stroll round.
Southwolds beaches include: -
The Pier Beach
A popular sandy beach with dunes and brightly coloured beach huts.
The Denes Beach
A quiet shingle beach backed by marshes, between the mouth of the river Blyth and Southwold.