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Tourism


People have always travelled to our beautiful stretch of the east coast to enjoy a holiday for many years. This trend has increased greatly in recent times and Saxmundham is right at the centre of the Suffolk Heritage Coast. In fact, Suffolk Coast and Heaths are now a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Ideally located by the A12 access from Ipswich, Colchester and London to the South and Great Yarmouth and Norwich to the North is easy by car. And for those who prefer to travel by train the station in Saxmundham is right in the centre of the town so affords easy access for shoppers and day visitors. Holiday makers who chose to make Saxmundham their destination have chosen well, there is no shortage of exploring to be done. Today Dunwich is a small village with a handful of houses and ruins of an ancient abbey. However, in the 13th century it was an international port of a similar size to London. Sadly, in the late 13th century three successive storms pretty much washed away the bulk of the town leaving what is there now. Allegedly if you listen hard enough you can still hear the bells of one on the many churches


that were lost to the sea. In the same area you will find pretty coastal towns and villages like Walberswick and Southwold. Moving down the coast you Come to Aldeburgh. One of the most desirable places to live in the whole country. Again, lots to see and do. Only a stones throw from Aldeburgh is Thorpeness, boating lake and all! Next on the list is Snape. The refurbished and regenerated Maltings buildings now offer luxury housing, a famous concert hall and plenty of shopping and eating opportunities. Further down the coast you come to Orford which ticks all the same boxes of being a pretty coastal village that seems to have changed very little over the last century. Move inland to discover the stunning castle at Framlingham and the lovely town of Woodbridge slightly further down the A12. There really is lots to keep you busy in this quiet corner of Suffolk. But, wherever you may go you will always want to return as Saxmundham has so much to offer. As well as the Museum, interesting church and traditional weekly market Saxmundham has a busy, bustling and thriving High Street with lots of independent retailers offer superb shopping. You can always be assured a warm welcome whether a visitor or resident which makes Saxmundham a great place to visit and a great place to live.


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