PLACES OF INTEREST
...there's a good chance that you'll find an excellent traditional local pub where you'll be guaranteed a warm welcome and a tempting menu laden with delicious local produce or a farm shop full of locally made, grown or reared goodies.
Dunwich, known widely for being the town that has largely disappeared into the sea, is thought to have been the capital of the Kingdom of the East Angles in the 7th century is only 3 miles from the campsite.
Most of the town was lost to the sea during storms in the 13th century but the remains of the Franciscan Priory can still be seen and was the subject of a Time Team dig in 2011.
With a large car park and cafe, the beach makes an ideal spot for dog walking or seawatching.