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All reviews scallops lovely beach high street fishing boats fish and chips rnli station winter sun close at hand great walk walk along the beach slow walk clean beach buckets and spades sailing club huts selling enjoy fish long stretch
Aldeburgh is within 20 minutes of home. Grandchildren from Sheffield. Both have new scooters which fold down and go in the boot with ease. Such a broad, long and safe seafront to let then free on. They are 7 and 5. Scooter a bit, check...More
Always visit at least once if I am in the area. Plenty of parking, although can get busy at peak times. Free parking at far end of town just behind the beach.
Great place to wander along the beach front, or through the town high...More
Yes, but it is clean, unsullied, a chance to sea a seal, unbroken skyline and an easy footpath running parallel to Thorpeness, a quaint Victorian village with cafe and boating lake that harbours a fierce reptile............................Of important ecological interest, there are many interesting plants to...More
One of the most beautiful sea fronts in the UK. Classic Victorian sea front and a glorious shingle beach. Beautiful views, the nostalgia of the old fishing boats and the wonderful Maggie Hamlin sculpture as you walk down to Thorpness or the Martello Tower if...More
A very long shingle beach.
Crunching along the stones gives the legs a good workout
All along the beach something is happening. From people looking at the “Scallop” sculpture to the fishery smoke houses, to watching the inshore fishing boats.
With the sea breeze a...More
Fantastic long shingle beach, typical of this coast. Lots of working small fishing boats and local seafood to buy... loved the comment on one “any fresher, and its still swimming”. The small sheds offering local fresh seafood are awesome, one even freshly smoking it. Town...More