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Suffolk Coast and Heath Walks, England
The Suffolk coastline has some of the most appealing landscape in southern England. Once an important region for England's seafaring tradition, coastal erosion and the silting of ports has ensured that the Suffolk coast languished as a backwater for centuries until the onset of low-scale tourism in the late Victorian period. While the charming, old-fashioned resorts of Southwold and Aldeburgh provide homely facilities and a lively cultural scene, there are many other places along this coastline where crowds are virtually unknown.
Much of the Suffolk coastal region is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With a unique landscape of cliffs, marshes, dunes and shingle beaches, and rare plants and birdlife galore, there is much to attract anyone seeking interesting day walks or longer multi-day itineraries.
The three long-distance walks described in this book - the Suffolk Coast Path, the Stour and Orwell Walk and the Sandlings Walk - link together to provide a comprehensive and varied circuit of the entire Suffolk Heritage Coast. Illustrated with OS maps and colour photographs with lots of historical and other information about points of interest along the routes.
No of Pages: 172
Page Size: 115 x 170 mm
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Published Date: February 2012
Illustrations: Colour photos and 1:50k OS mapping
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