Suffolk’s magical Blyth Valley is sill something of a secret – let it work its spell on you…
From its source 17 miles inland, the gentle Blyth meanders through delightful villages, handsome market towns and quintessential Suffolk countryside before morphing into an estuary and then the sea between the town of Southwold and the village of Walberswick. From Source to Sea.
The River’s extensive watershed creates the Blyth Valley, offering country and beach walks, nature trails and wildlife spotting; warm and welcoming pubs, the freshest of fresh produce; the best fish & chips in England; ‘divine’ art; architecture both medieval and quirky; art galleries, music festivals and country fairs. Something for everyone.
This variety makes the Blyth Valley perfect for exploring whether by foot or on wheels.