The Suffolk Coast is famous for it's sunrises, and boy are they spectacular! We've picked our top 5 places to see the sunrise, so pack a flask of tea, set your alarm and head to The Suffolk Coast...
1. Ness Point, Lowestoft
We couldn't write a list of places to watch the sunrise without Ness Point in Lowestoft topping the list. The most easterly point in the UK, it's also one of the first places to welcome in the start of a new day.
Overlooking the sea, the point is marked by a large metal plate on the ground and is located next to Orbis Energy, a start-of-the-art eco-building that hosts a range of renewable energy companies. The find it, head to Wilde Street in Lowestoft, park the car in the road and walk towards the sea!
For a more remote setting, the beach at Benacre is only accessed by a footpath, so leave the car and look out for the public footpath, which will lead you down to the beach. As the sun rises, take a stroll along the beach or find a spot to settle down with a steaming cup of coffee. Just be sure to check the tide tables before setting off as it can come in pretty quickly!
4. Landguard Nature Reserve, Felixstowe
Watching the sunrise at Landguard Nature Reserve is a must for any wildlife lover. In addition to the spectacular sunrise over the sea, remember to take your binoculars to spot some of the rare bird life that is resident on the reserve. After the sun has risen, enjoy a bike ride through the reserve before tucking into a breakfast picnic.
5. The River Alde and River Ore
5. Listening to the wind gently blowing through the sails, whilst gazing out across the Rive Alde, the sunrise at Orford Quay is an experience not to be missed. For an extra special treat, set sail on Lady Florence for a brunch cruise along the River Alde and Ore. Leaving from the Quay, you will sail along the river past RSPB Havergate Island, a then back past Aldeburgh whilst feasting on an English breakfast plus American brunch classics including hash browns, pancakes, muffins and apple pie and ice cream.