With so much to enjoy, explore and discover, Suffolk’s Sunrise Coast is the ideal holiday destination no matter what time of the year you plan to visit.
Be the first to see the sunrise at Lowestoft, Britain's most easterly town. The classical town of Southwold is quintessentially British and offers an escape from the demands of modern life. The market towns of Beccles and Bungay form part of the Waveney Valley which runs alongside the Broads "Britain's magical waterland". The Broads continue along to the popular villages of Oulton Broad and Somerleyton which both provide a haven for water lovers. The town of Halesworth joins the Waveney Valley and Blyth Valley and where visitors will enjoy some of the regions cultural delights.
On a visit toSuffolk’sSunrise coast you will be able to enjoy a choice of family attractions, Saxon round tower churches, museums and events. Discover your way through the maze at Somerleyton Hall, Dare to enter Hobbz pit at Pleasurewood Hills, take a step back in time at the East Anglia Transport Museum, explore the Broads and view the animals of the Savannah at Africa-Alive
Build a sandcastle on the golden sands at Lowestoft beach, take a walk along the boardwalk of the award winning southwold Pier, sample local food and drink at our restaurants or uncover some of the best Suffolk local produce.
The Sunrise Coast is a destination for all seasons, as the warm summer comes to an end, plan your winter getaway to The Sunrise Coast...
Friday 7th to Sunday 30th November 2014 | Lowestoft
The Port Of Lowestoft Research Society are currently displaying photographs and information about Lowestoft Fishing Vessels lost during World War One, information about German submarines sunk by fishing vessels, and information on Lowestoft Decoy Smacks.