The English county of Suffolk enjoys a long stretch of coastline with several fantastic beaches, perfect for a long walk with your beloved dog. From Covehithe to Corton Sands and beyond, here is a selection of the best beaches to visit.
Famed for being home of composer Benjamin Britten, today Aldeburgh is a charming market town. The long stretches of dog-friendly beach are almost always quiet with miles of open space for your dog to enjoy. After enjoying the views from the lookout point, stop at one of the beachside cafes or pubs for a spot of lunch with sweeping vistas of the North Sea.
The local beach in Lowestoft is known as Claremont Pier; roughly speaking it is the area to the north of the pier. The beach boasts a small cafe and restaurant and the water quality has been rated 5 stars meaning it is perfect for your dog, or even you, to swim in. The town is also a short hop to the famed Broads and their extensive natural beauty.
This quaint Suffolk village has a vast and beautiful beach where you and your dog can spend hours taking in the excellent views. A former bustling seaside resort, these days the area is very secluded and the perfect spot to enjoy some peace and serenity away from busy city life.